(Updates with CFO, analysts, background, share price. Figures in U.S. dollars unless noted) By Amran Abocar TORONTO, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Magna International , , the world's seventh-biggest autoparts supplier, tapped General Motors executive Mark Hogan as its new president on Friday, locating the position in Detroit to further its ties with U.S. automakers. Magna's chief financial officer, Vincent Galifi, said Hogan will focus on boosting North American customer relations and marketing, ...
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