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Can the US keep this chip-making machine out of China’s hands?

IMAGE: ASML

A fascinating article in The New York Times, “The tech Cold War’s ‘most complicated machine’ that’s out of China’s reach”, profiles ASML Holding, the Dutch company that manufactures the massive $150 million machines that use extreme ultraviolet lithography to make the ever-thinner chips circuitry used in all consumer electronics products and many more devices, from cars to washing…

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On the effects of technology and innovation on people, companies and society (writing in Spanish at enriquedans.com since 2003)

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Enrique Dans

Enrique Dans

Professor of Innovation at IE Business School and blogger at enriquedans.com

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