CEO David Smith Leave Jaguar Land Rover

Written By POLDA METRO JAYA on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 | Tuesday, January 26, 2010

ENGLISH, - David Smith quit his post as CEO of Jaguar Land Rover or a point in the UK. Car manufacturers do not provide an explanation why Smith left the company, although his successor candidates are being prepared in the near future. So LeftLane News quoted site, Monday (25/1/2010).

Parties point in saying that Smith's actions had nothing to do with the impasse in discussions between the point and group bosses. "We're very disappointed, the discussion ended without an agreement giving birth. However, the departure had nothing to do with the conversation," a call to the Press Association.
For now, the position of CEO will be incompatible by Ravi Kant (Director point) until there are elections. Smith is set as the top position when the Jaguar Land Rover was acquired by Tata in 2008.
In fact, Smith has spent time with the Jaguars more than 25 years. Previously, he had joined the Ford.

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