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Commerce Minister Wang Wentao met Dutch chip-making equipment maker ASML's CEO Peter Wennink on March 28. They exchanged views on ASML's development in China and other issues.
ASML released a statement on March 8 in response to the Dutch government's decision on the same day and will impose new export controls on semiconductor technology to China before the summer.
The United States has secured a deal with the Netherlands and Japan to restrict exports of some advanced chip-making machinery to China in talks that concluded on January 27, Bloomberg reported.
The chief executive of ASML, the Dutch semiconductor equipment maker, questioned whether a US push to get the Netherlands to adopt new rules restricting exports to China make sense on December 13.
China is working on a more than RMB1 trillion ($143 billion) support package for its semiconductor industry in a major step towards self-sufficiency in chips and to counter US moves aimed at slowing its technological advances.
China's imports of IC equipment from the Netherlands increased from $159.07 million to $336.73 million, a 111.69% increase over the same period last year.
The Netherlands is in talks with the US government about new export restrictions for the semiconductor equipment DUV to China, said Dutch trade minister Liesje Schreinemacher told Reuters on November 25.