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Mao Jingbo becomes head of Lincoln Asia-Pacific and China

Mao Jingbo has been appointed president of Lincoln Asia-Pacific and China to lead Lincoln's business operations, according to Lincoln Motor Company.
Ti Gong

Mao Jingbo is named to lead Lincoln business operations in Asia-Pacific and China.

Mao Jingbo has been appointed president of Lincoln Asia-Pacific and China to lead the company's business operations, according to US carmaker Lincoln Motor Company's official statement published on Thursday.

The appointment will be effective from July 16 this year. 

Lincoln said that Mao will help to further drive the company's growth in the Asia-Pacific region by offering more innovative, elegant products and expanding the dealership's footprint.

Mao will be based in Shanghai and report to Peter Fleet, chairman and chief executive officer of Ford China, as well as Robert Parker, director of Global Lincoln Marketing, Sales and Service.

Prior to becoming the president of Lincoln China, Mao was executive vice president of Beijing Mercedes-Benz Sales Service Company.

Amy Marentic, current president of Lincoln Asia-Pacific and China, has been appointed global autonomous vehicle marketing director and will be based in the United States.


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