TORONTO, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co of Canada said on Tuesday it will appoint a new chief executive to replace Barry Engle, who is leaving the company Sept. 8. Engle, who has served in a variety of roles for Ford in the United States, Mexico, Japan, Brazil and Canada, is leaving to become president and CEO of New Holland Agricultural Equipment SpA, a unit of CNH Global NV, and will be based in New Holland, Pennsylvania. (Reporting by John McCrank; editing by Rob Wilson)
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