The aggressor country loses another supplier of computer equipment. On Friday, April 8, Acer has announced that it is suspending its business in Russia.

The report says the company will focus on employee safety and make efforts to help war victims. Acer is closely following the events and participating in humanitarian support.

The Taiwanese company’s decision may be related to a list of goods that the Taiwanese government has banned from exporting to Russia. These are 57 high-tech products that can be used for both civilian and military purposes. The new rules were published on Wednesday, April 6, and came into force immediately. They were imposed in accordance with the sanctions imposed by other countries against the aggressor.