JAPAN: Honda chief stepping down as challenges mount - paper
Honda Motor president and chief executive officer, Hiroyuki Yoshino, is stepping down, as Japan's No. 2 car company faces signs of a slowdown in two important markets, the US and Japan, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) said. Citing Honda, the WSJ said Takeo Fukui, a senior managing director in charge of the company's research and development, will succeed Yoshino.
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