Lenovo restructuring on weak global demand

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Lenovo restructuring on weak global demand

Beijing (China) – China’s Lenovo, which is the world’s fourth largest PC maker, is expected to merge its Asia Pacific operations with Greater China and Russia operations, according to the China Business News. Though details are still being hammered out, Chen Shaopeng, president for the Greater China division, will be appointed as the head of merged operations. David D. Miller, currently president for Asia Pacific, will reportedly leave the company.

According to a quote by Chen, “The economic conditions are so tough that (the company) is set to take some measures to counter the winter.”

See The Sydney Morning Herald.