SHANGHAI — Shanghai General Motors Automotive Co. Ltd. names Chen Hong to its top post. Chen succeeds Hu Maoyuan as president of the 50/50 joint venture between General Motors Corp. and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC). Hu has been promoted to president of SAIC. Chen, 38, reports to Shanghai GM's board of directors and is responsible for the overall management of the US$1.52 billion venture. He began working on the JV in 1995, where he has held the position of vice president, in ...

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