SHANGHAI, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Fiat SpA and Nanjing Automobile (Group) Corp. have put a Chinese at the helm of their car venture in China but have made no decision on the future of the loss-making venture, a Nanjing Auto spokesman said on Friday. Yu Jiufeng has replaced Andrew Humberstone as the chief executive and general manager of Nanjing Fiat, with Humberstone now serving as vice chairman, Nanjing Fiat said in a statement. Late last month, the parent companies of Shanghai Automotive ...
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