Can China Leapfrog ASML in Its Quest for Semiconductor Self-Reliance?
By Eve Register
China is looking to manufacture a homegrown EUV machine to compete with those of Dutch tech giant ASML – or cut such machines out of the process entirely.
Why the Netherlands Should Restrict Semiconductor Tech Exports to China
By Gerrit van der Wees
In the long run, restricting the supply of ASML machines to China is in the company's own best interests.
With Chips on the Brain, Netherlands Seeks an Ally in South Korea
By Friso Stevens
Both the Netherlands and South Korea are crucial players in the semiconductor industry – and neither wants to be caught in the China-U.S. crossfire.
Are US Allies Falling out of ‘Alignment’ on China?
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Biden administration trumpets its efforts to build consensus on China policy through consultation. Recent legislation challenged that.
Lithography: The Achilles’ Heel of China’s Semiconductor Industry?
By Justin Feng
Dependence on foreign lithography equipment emerges as a growing liability for Chinese chipmakers in the face of intensifying U.S.-led export controls.