'Hypersensitive to supply chain disruption': Canalys says Western European PC industry to face rising costs and longer lead times due to Russia-Ukraine war

The channel market analysts say Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is threatening a global economy yet to recover from years of setback caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

Nima Green
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'Hypersensitive to supply chain disruption': Canalys says Western European PC industry to face rising costs and longer lead times due to Russia-Ukraine war

The Western European PC market looks set to face rising costs and longer lead times from vendors across the globe as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, says Canalys. The channel analysts have suggested that away from the fighting, markets look already set to see growth slow due to being "hypersensitive to supply chain disruption". Canalys notes that demand from end users and partners alike remains strong. However, senior research analyst Trang Pham warned that the combination ...

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