Lenovo delivered a solid fiscal third-quarter profit on strong PC sales in China and the US.
The PC maker reported an operating profit of $99m (£63m), a sum that doubled the second-quarter tally. Fiscal third quarter revenue was up 33 percent from a year ago to $4.8bn.
Lenovo also said it has nine percent worldwide market share, the highest total in its history. In a statement, the company said it has cut expenses and is operating efficiently using Lean Six Sigma in its supply chain to squeeze costs.
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