Suzuki Plans CEO Resignation, Pay Cuts on Faulty Mileage TestingBy and
Chairman Osamu Suzuki plans to cede role of CEO as of June 29
Executive Vice President to step down over improper tests
Suzuki Motor Corp. Chairman Osamu Suzuki plans to cede the role of chief executive officer and one of his top deputies will resign after the automaker admitted to using unapproved fuel-economy testing methods in Japan.
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