HONG KONG, Oct 28 (Reuters) - China's largest van maker, Brilliance China Auto Holdings Ltd , said on Monday it would hold a special general meeting on November 22 to vote on whether to oust executive director Yang Rong, who is wanted for arrest in China. In their latest crackdown on high-profile tycoons, Chinese authorities want to arrest the auto executive for alleged involvement in economic crimes. Yang, who has said he is innocent, is in Los Angeles. There is no U.S.-China ...
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