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As the top PC maker in the world and an emerging PC Plus leader serving customers in 160 countries, Lenovo is committed to operating ethically and promoting corporate citizenship and sustainability in our business activities. As we’ve transformed our business for the PC Plus era (focused on mobile Internet devices, including PCs, tablets and smartphones), we continue to demonstrate these commitments through transparent and responsible management of our environmental, social and governance performance. Lenovo’s success is built on product innovation, a highly efficient global supply chain, strong strategic execution, and our ability to deliver on our pledges to investors, employees, customers, local communities, the planet and future generations. We take our responsibilities seriously, and are focused on setting and achieving higher sustainability standards each year as we grow and diversify our product portfolio to lead in the PC Plus era.  
   
Sustainability reports

2013 Sustainability Report
2012 Sustainability Report
2011 Sustainability Report
2010 Sustainability Report
2009 Sustainability Report
Lenovo's Annual & Interim Reports
Sustainability Policy


Lenovo is rated as “Prime” by oekom research AG's, an independent research institute specializing in corporate responsibility assessments. This means Lenovo is seen as one of the world’s best of the 17 companies in oekom’s IT/Computers, Peripherals & Office Electronics industry group.
Lenovo has been a constituent stock of the Hang Seng Corporate Sustainability Index Series since 2010 and has been on the RepuTex ESG Hong Kong Honour Board since 2011.
Lenovo has been selected for inclusion in the United Nations Global Compact 100 (GC 100) – a new global stock index that combines corporate sustainability and baseline financial performance. The GC 100 marries corporate performance on environmental and social issues with a requirement of basic profitability.
Lenovo is a signatory and member of the UN Global Compact and fully embraces its policies and principles. The UN Global Compact is a public-private strategic policy initiative for businesses committed to aligning operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principals in the area of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.
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