GM China president to become automaker's chief technology officerSource:   Automotive News Europe   03-25-2020 06:00:30
General Motors on Wednesday said Chief Technology Officer Jon Lauckner and communications chief Tony Cervone are retiring.
Matt Tsien, 59, president of GM China, will succeed Lauckner, 62, as the automaker prepares to introduce a number of electric vehicles. GM has hired Craig Buchholz from Procter & Gamble to replace Cervone, 57. The changes are effective April 1, though Lauckner and Cervone will remain with GM until July 1.

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