ASML admits intellectual property loss to firm linked to Chinese government

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ASML plays down industrial espionage claiming that it was not part of a 'national conspiracy'

Dutch chip machinery maker ASML has admitted that it fell victim to industrial espionage in 2015, but claimed that the intellectual property thieves had not stolen blueprints for its semiconductor ...

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