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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Li Tao

Li Tao

Li Tao is a senior technology reporter, based in Shenzhen. He focuses on big enterprises including Alibaba, Huawei and ZTE, hardware makers, and smartphone brands such as Oppo, Vivo and Oneplus. He joined the Post in 2017 after working for more than seven years with China Daily in Hong Kong. He has masters degrees in both laws and journalism.