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Jun 12 '18 12:20

Two Dutch people were killed in a traffic accident in the United States state of Oregon, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed. A third person in the car with them also died. His nationality has not yet been confirmed, NOS reports.

The three people were driving near the town of Salem when their car was hit from behind by a pick-up truck. They then crashed into another car. 

According to KATU News, the accident happened on Thursday. The victims died from their injuries over the weekend.

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Apr 15 '15 16:12

Dutch firm ASML Holding, a key supplier of technology in the semiconductors market, revealed lower forecasts for the second-quarter of 2015, despite posting a 60 percent jump in first-quarter profits, reports Reuters. The company’s forecasts are closely monitored for how its key customers, such as Samsung Electronics and Intel, expect the market demand for consumer electronics to develop.

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Mar 11 '15 13:31

Microchip firm ASML is evading taxes in the Netherlands by making use of the favorable tax scheme in Belgium, which enables a company to deduct a notional interest from the taxable profit.

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Mar 2 '15 10:58

Chip machine manufacturer ASML has confirmed in a short statement that their IT systems has been hacked.

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Jan 22 '15 12:11

Chip machine maker ASML will pay two additional monthly salaries to its employees after an outstanding year, anonymous sources told De Telegraaf.

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Jan 21 '15 10:56

This past year was a record year for chip producer ASML. Last year the company's revenue rose from 5.25 billion euros to 5.85 billion euros, an increase of almost 12 percent. The profits increased by 18 percent from 1.02 billion euros to 1.2 billion euros.

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Oct 22 '14 14:29

Dutch exports received a major boost by the manufacturing industry this year.

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Jun 5 '14 11:59

To fill the need for new talent in the engineering sector, companies like Philips are going to finance PhD places at Universities. Philips itself is financing 30 places at the University of Technology (TU) of Eindhoven. Head of Philips is calling this the next step in "the war on talent."

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