ASML boss says "zero" signs of semiconductor demand easing

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ASML boss says "zero" signs of semiconductor demand easing

Even older chips are in demand.

There is no sign of any slackening in demand from semiconductor manufacturers amid the global computer chip shortage, the chief executive of key equipment supplier ASML said, especially in the market for older chips. ASML, which sells equipment to TSMC, Samsung, Intel and others, earlier ...

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