Lenovo dismissed speculation that it was about to cave in to US pressure by suspending supplies to Huawei. Photo: AFP

Lenovo’s CEO says world’s biggest PC maker has no plan to develop its own OS and chips as tech tensions rise

  • Yang’s comments come after telecoms major Huawei was added to a trade blacklist by the US last week that prevents it from buying US technology
  • Yang says Lenovo has more “flexibility” to deal with emergencies as they’re now playing at a “horizontal level” with competitors
Topic |   US-China tech war

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Lenovo dismissed speculation that it was about to cave in to US pressure by suspending supplies to Huawei. Photo: AFP
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