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Trade war

Lenovo cautions it could raise PC prices if tariffs increase

First-quarter profit more than doubles as margins and market share expand

Lenovo's net profit for the quarter ended June more than doubled to $162 million as gross margins expanded, while revenue grew 5% to $12.5 billion. (Photo by Akira Kodaka)

HONG KONG (Nikkei Markets) -- Lenovo Group, which makes one out of every four personal computers produced in the world, signaled that an increase in tariffs because of the Sino-American trade war could force the Chinese company to raise prices.

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