Industry is not in trouble, given the fact EUV is a little bit later than planed.
I think economic situation is a bigger problem for the future, when it's down there are only a few company's that wil invest in R&D.
Almost all customers shared interest in euv in 2010:
Delivery of the NXE:3100 is another story and only some people at asml knows when delivery of the next system will start.
All customers want their tools as early as possible
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