Motorola will soon be back in business in China
Following the $2.91 billion acquisition of Motorola by Lenovo earlier this year, the phone maker will soon resume operations in China as CEO of parent company, Lenovo, Mr. Yang Yuanqing speaks high of Motorola’s anticipated landing in the Asian world power.
“I am very optimistic about Motorola’s China performance in the future,” CEO Yuanqing who is also the Chairman of Lenovo Group said. “Bringing Motorola back to China is just our first step to make this brand glorious again.”
Motorola is currently selling smartphones, accessories and wearables in the United States, Brazil, India and a host of other markets but with the new ownership and proper funding, the company looks to be on the way towards reviving its lost glory.
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