Chery Auto’s general manager resigns

The Chery Automobile logo is displayed on a vehicle. (Bloomberg pic)

BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Chery Auto said its general manager Chen Anning has resigned from his post, according to a statement by the company.

Chen, a Ford veteran who joined Chery in 2009 and became general manager in 2017, has resigned due to unspecified family and personal issues, the state-owned company said in the statement posted on Weibo.

Chery’s chairman Yin Tongyue will be in charge of the company’s overall operations in the interim, it added.