DETROIT, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd. , China's largest van maker, on Friday said that shareholders have voted to remove former chairman Yang Rong, who is wanted in China for alleged involvement in economic crimes, from the company's board of directors. Yang, who has said he is innocent of the charges, has not been seen in public since June and is believed to be in ill health in the United States. Brilliance China said that, given his minimal involvement ...
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