ASML has a lock on the semiconductor manufacturing equipment market, with a monopoly in the extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) lithography segment and more than a 50% market share in all other sectors.
By Bolaji Ojo
Few companies are as well-positioned as ASML Holding NV to benefit from the growing infusion of semiconductors in the global economy. It does not itself sell chips, but its lithography equipment make the wands that let semiconductor companies perform their magic in automotive systems; medical equipment; PCs, smartphones; and the fledgling areas of artificial intelligence, IoT, and other connectivity segments.
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