General Motors China President Kevin Wale will retire Oct. 31. Wale, who also is GM’s chief operations officer for China, India and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, will be replaced by Bob Socia, GM vice president-global purchasing and supply.  “Kevin has been instrumental in strengthening our foundation in the largest vehicle market in the world,” says Tim Lee, GM vice president-global manufacturing, and president-international ...

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