Ford moves executives in Asia to new jobs

SHANGHAI — Ford Motor Co. has shuffled its Asia management team. Mei-Wei Cheng, 58, chairman and CEO of Ford Motor China, will become a Ford Motor Co. group vice president and executive chairman of Ford Motor China.

Robert Graziano, 48, executive vice president of Ford affiliate Mazda Motor Corp., will become CEO of Ford Motor China.

Philip Spender, 54, COO of Ford Motor China, will become a Ford Motor vice president and executive vice president of Mazda Motor Corp.

The new titles are effective April 1.

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