AMSTERDAM, July 19 (Reuters) - Dutch semiconductor equipment maker ASML's CEO said on Wednesday said the company does not expect a significant financial impact from rules affecting the company's exports to China.
In June, the Dutch government introduced new rules requiring a license to export some of its DUV lithography machines, following a U.S. pressure campaign aimed at undermining Beijing's ability to produce its own cutting edge chips.
CEO Peter Wennink said in a statement the company is still awaiting further clarification of U.S. rules but "all in all, when you look at the export control measures in total, we don’t expect a significant impact on our 2023 year. But also not on the longer-term outlook." (Reporting by Toby Sterling; Editing by Kim Coghill)