Netherlands and Japan Said to Join U.S. in Curbing Chip Technology Sent to China

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A new agreement is expected to expand the reach of U.S. technology restrictions on China issued last year.

WASHINGTON — The Netherlands and Japan, both makers of some of the world’s most advanced equipment for manufacturing semiconductors, agreed on Friday to join with the United States in barring some shipments of their most high-tech machinery to China, people familiar with the agreement said.

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