Major chipmaking equipment provider ASML said at a Wednesday earnings call that 5% of ASML’s yet-to-be-delivered orders to China would be affected by the new export controls from US officials. Peter Wennink, CEO of ASML, said that a third of undelivered orders for mainland China would be affected. However, due to the firm’s limited production capacity, the order volume they received is much larger than what they can deliver. So the effect of the new export controls on its delivery plan in 2023 will be limited, according to the firm. US officials issued a series of export controls toward China’s semiconductor industry on Oct. 7. ASML has told their US staff to stop supporting Chinese clitoer to comply with the new policies. [Caixin, in Chinese]