Hong Kong-listed Petrochina, a stakeholder of China Marine Bunker (Petro China) Co., Ltd (also known as Chimbusco) has announced the resignation of Director and President Wang Dongjin.
Wang tendered his resignation to the company on Monday and ceased to hold the positions of Vice Chairman, Director, President and Chairman of the investment and development committee of the Board with immediate effect.
“Mr. Wang Dongjin has confirmed that he has no disagreement with the Company and the Board and there is no other matter that needs to be brought to the attention of the shareholders of the company,” says a statement from PetroChina.
“Mr. Wang Dongjin has been diligent, dedicated and meticulous at work since appointment. The Board would like to express its sincere gratitude to Mr. Wang Dongjin for his significant contributions to the company’s business development, management improvement and shareholder returns during his tenure.”
Published: 4 April, 2018
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