(Adds comments from news conference, more background) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, April 22 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co, Japan's second-biggest automaker, on Tuesday named senior managing director Takeo Fukui as its new president, replacing Hiroyuki Yoshino. A change at the top had been rumoured for some time since Yoshino has been at the helm for well over four years, the usual tenure for a president at Honda. Fukui, 58, currently heads Honda's research and development unit, which often ...
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