* Resignation is effective as of Dec. 31 * Move follows Stronach family ceding of control of Magna * Strategic review of board's composition is underway TORONTO, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Belinda Stronach is stepping down as Magna International's executive vice-chair and from its board just months after her family ceded control of the auto parts giant her father started a half century ago. Magna gave no reason for the departure, which comes during a strategic review of the composition of ...
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