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According to Bloomberg, the attempt by the Dutch authorities to synchronize their efforts with partners from the United States to limit China’s technological development will not be limited to a ban on the supply of ASML scanners for working with DUV lithography, which theoretically allow the manufacture of 5-nm chips. At the request of American partners, the Dutch authorities will ban ASML from servicing and repairing its equipment at six enterprises in China, including SMIC’s production sites.
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It is clear that without consumables and spare parts, the ASML equipment fleet in China will not be able to work indefinitely, and this will further undermine the ability of local companies to produce competitive semiconductor chips, which is what the US authorities are striving for. They have legitimate grounds to seek such restrictions if the manufactured products exported by outside countries use American-origin technologies and components. With regard to their own equipment, restrictions on repairs in China were introduced by the US authorities back in October last year, and now they are simply trying to eliminate a loophole in relation to ASML lithographic scanners previously delivered from the Netherlands to China.