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JSR to acquire U.S. maker of cutting-edge photoresists

Japanese company aims to tap Inpria's expertise in extreme-ultraviolet lithography

A chipmaking facility in Germany. Chipmakers are seeking more sophisticated photoresists as semiconductors become smaller.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japanese semiconductor materials maker JSR said Friday it would acquire Oregon-based Inpria, with an eye on the latter's expertise in cutting-edge chipmaking chemicals.

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