Mapper Lithography, a Netherlands-based chip equipment provider founded in 2000, has gained €80m ($100m) from a consortium including Russian state-backed venture capital fund Rusnano.

Rusnano, a $10bn fund which invests in US and Russian companies so they will set up operations in Russia (Bloomberg Story), will provide half the round.

The remaining €40m is coming from Mapper’s existing shareholders, including ADP Industries, the investment vehicle for Arthur del Prado, co-founder of chip peer ASM International (ASMI), and venture capital…

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