Top GM Executive Tim Lee to Retire


DETROIT, Jan 24 (Reuters) - The General Motors Co executive in charge of China and global manufacturing will retire on April 1, the No.1 U.S. automaker said on Friday. Tim Lee, 62, will be replaced on Feb. 1 in the manufacturing job by Jim DeLuca, who is currently vice president of manufacturing for GM's international operations. GM China President Matt Tsien will lead operations in the world's largest auto market. GM is a market leader in China, which along with the United States ...


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