Computer Maker Acer Suspends Business in Russia


Taiwan's computer maker Acer announced it's business suspension in Russia due to recent developments.

Taiwan has been watching the war in Ukraine closely and swiftly joined the international sanctions against Russia.

Acer released a statement it has confirmed to suspend its business in Russia "due to recent developments".

Acer said in a news of their website in friday ...

Acer strictly adheres to applicable international trade laws and regulations, and is closely monitoring the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Due to recent developments, Acer has decided to suspend its business in Russia. The company is focusing on the safety of all its employees, which includes ongoing efforts to help every individual and their families impacted by the current situation. Acer hopes that peace will be restored as soon as possible.

Acer’s thoughts are with the affected people, and is working with several international agencies and NGOs on humanitarian support.

Before acer another leading Taiwanese computer maker Asus reported that its shipments to Russia were “at a standstill” due to the war.

Taiwan is a major computer producing  country and it produce microchips and home to the world’s largest contract chipmaker, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).

Acer’s decision came days after Ukrainian vice-prime minister Mykhailo Fedorov print a letter to Asus chairman Jonney Shih calling on the firm to “end any relationships” with Russia.

Mykhailo Fedorov – who is also Ukraine’s digital minister – has also urged multinational tech companies such as Intel, Microsoft and PayPal to suspend business in Russia.

A growing number of multinationals company, from McDonald’s to Adidas and Samsung, have fully or partially stopped business in Russia.

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