Date
12 December 2017

China Resources bosses try to reassure staff, SCMP says

China Resources executives visited key business units to shore up morale after chairman Song Lin was removed because of a corruption investigation, the South China Morning Post reported Monday.

Song, 51, was sacked from his jobs as company chairman and Party boss last week over “suspected serious violations of discipline and law”.

China Resources president Qiao Shibo was anointed top decision-maker Friday, and called on staff to continue normal operations and uphold party discipline, the report said.

Qiao was joined by vice-president Li Fuzuo in a visit to the Shenzhen production base of subsidiary Sanjiu Medical & Pharmaceutical, China Resources Holdings said in a statement on its website.

Vice-chairman Wang Yin, executive directors Jiang Wei and Chen Lang, and vice-presidents Du Wenmin and Wang Chuandong separately visited units handling cement, banking, retailing, pharmaceuticals and natural gas distribution, the report said.

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