Chinese computer giant is really thinking, and acting global. From Forbes.com:
Chinese computer maker Lenovo on Thursday announced that it would build new plants in Mexico and India at a cost of $31 million to ramp up production.
The world’s third-biggest producer of computers plans to build its largest factory outside China in Monterrey, Mexico. It is expected to be operational by mid-2008 and will churn out 5 million units annually for the North and South American markets. It is expected to employ 750 people. [Full Text]