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A globally critical chip firm is driving a wedge between the U.S. and Netherlands over China tech policy

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ASML’s critical chip role

ASML, headquartered in the town of Veldhoven, does not make chips. Instead, it makes and sells $200 million extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography machines to semiconductor manufacturers like Taiwan’s TSMC. These machines are required to make the most advanced chips in the world, and ASML has a de-facto monopoly on them, because it’s the only company in the world to make them. This makes ASML one of the most important chip companies in the world.

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