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Brazil: Lenovo to acquire companies and hire employees for building PC facilities.
Lenovo’s Asia-Pacific and Latin America president, Milko Van Duijl, told Dow Jones in an interview that the PC maker is looking to set up a permanent shop in Brazil in a bid to lower import costs and produce PCs locally. The move could see thousands of local workers employed by the company.
Van Duijl said in regards to acquisitions: “We are interested in buying or working with all the players, though we are not singling out any one of them.”
"When that goes well, you can take your products outside China with much higher success rates."