TOKYO, April 24 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp announced on Thursday a reshuffling of its top management, including the assignment of founding family scion Akio Toyoda to take on overseas on top of domestic operations as executive vice president. Toyoda, a grandson of company founder Kiichiro Toyoda, will take over responsibility for the overseas business from Tokuichi Uranishi, who will resign as of June, Toyota said in a statement. Toyoda is currently in charge of the Japanese business. ...
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