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NOVEMBER 2019 I PCB007 MAGAZINE 61 reasons: to make communication between the enterprises and the government more effective, help the government understand more about the enterprises' difficulties so that the govern- ment could support and help enterprises in time, and better standardize industry behav- iors. Enterprise officials hoped to have a plat- form on which to speak. At that time, there were just over 100 PCB, special equipment, and special materials enterprises in China. The annual output value of the largest Shang- hai No. 20 Radio Factory was only 670 million yuan, and the total output value of the whole country was only 2.35 billion yuan. With the establishment of CPCA, our in- dustry had its own home and association. We were all heartened and encouraged. We made Printed Circuit Information, the only magazine that had an official domestic publication num- ber in the whole industry. Through overnight negotiations with the Japan Printed Circuit As- sociation (JPCA), the Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC) in the U.S., the Eu- ropean Institute of Printed Circuits (EIPC), the Korea Printed Circuit Association (KPCA), the Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA), and the Hong Kong Printed Circuit Association (HKPCA), we won the right to host the 11 th World Electronic Circuits Conference, which was successfully held in Shanghai with the active support and participation of all the peo- ple. And we promoted CPCA from the second- level branch to the first-level national industry association. We also co-sponsored with the JPCA, IPC, and EIPC to establish the World Council of Electronic Circuits (WECC) in Germany. The WECC promotes exchanges between nations in the industry. We strengthened our contacts with our Japanese counterparts, including communicating with non-government experts, and cooperated with Fujioka, Nagashima, and Endo Yu from the JPCA to accelerate the rapid improvements of Chinese enterprises. In the early 1990s, through the relationship of friends, we borrowed 500,000 yuan of cash (this was a huge amount at the time, with which we could buy five or six houses) and established Guanglian Company, so that the association had space for activities. We also established Yingzhan Exhibition Service Com- pany in which to hold exhibitions. In the be- ginning, the facility was less than 3,000 square meters; now, it reaches 55,000 square meters. With the establishment of the association com- plete, we cooperated with government depart- ments to solve the problems regarding the use of auric cyanide, the termination of production license, and the formulation of environmental protection standards in the industry. After China's accession to the World Trade Or- ganization (WTO), there was a serious inversion of national tariffs. At that time, the imported dry film was only 8 yuan per square meter in our Mr. Wang speaks in 2008 at ECWC11 which was hosted by CPCA and held in Shanghai, China.

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