In this last period, online rumors circulate according to which Lenovo Group has put a limit on its sales to Huawei after the latter has been publicly traded in the United States
Lenovo has not put any limit on the sale of products and services to Huawei. This is the content of a statement that Lenovo, based in China and the United States, has released on his account Weibo to deny the unfounded rumors that it has put a limit on the sale of products and services to Huawei after it has publicly traded in the United States.
In particular, to spark the debate was the inclusion of Huawei, by the administration of US President Donald Trump, on May 16 in a list of companies that will have more difficulty buying products from US companies.
Lenovo, as mentioned in its statement, will continue to provide products and services to Huawei based on laws and regulations in the countries and regions in which Lenovo operates. Also, in the statement, we read that Lenovo will take legal action against rumor-mongers.
From May 16, Huawei is on a list of companies that will have more difficulty buying products from US companies
As commented to Yicai Global, Lenovo stated that the supply chain worked normally even before the declaration was published. All of Huawei’s existing computers are from Lenovo, they added.
Perhaps it may have confused the news that Lenovo has stopped supplying computers to Huawei offices and those have been replaced by other brands at an internal supply site in Shenzhen, where Huawei’s headquarters are located.
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