Dell Russian Business End In August.


Dell Technologies Inc, said Saturday it had halted its Russian activities after closing its offices in mid-August; the latest Western corporation to leave Russia.

Since Moscow launched tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24; the U.S. computing giant has curtailed operations along with others.

In February; Dell paused sales in Ukraine and Russia; however, stating it would watch the situation.
Dell closed its Russian offices in mid-August, a spokeswoman told Reuters.

“Back in February, we made the decision to not sell, service or support products in Russia, Belarus and the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine, in addition to the already embargoed Crimea.”

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Russia annexed Ukraine’s Black Sea peninsula of Crimea in 2014 and recognised breakaway republics in Donetsk and Luhansk in February. Ukraine and Western nations have placed sanctions on Russia.
After media reports suggested Dell was leaving Russia, Russia’s industry ministry announced numerous researchers and engineers had been offered new jobs.

Tech mag Dell will depart Russia and lay off all local employees, CNews said this week. TAdviser reported similarly.

Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Vasily Shpak said Friday, “We are monitoring the development of the situation,”
According to our research, most of Dell’s R&D and support engineers in St. Petersburg and Moscow have received job offers from Russian companies.

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