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    By Vangie Beal :  May 23, 2003

    (Reuters) - Intel said on Friday it will not buy the new generation of chip lithography tools just launched on the market, casting doubt over the future of these machines. The world's largest chip maker will not buy so-called 157 nanometer lithography tools but instead hopes to extend the life of its current generation of 193 nanometer tools until it can jump straight into the successor of 157 nanometer tools, called Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) tools.

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