By on January 25, 2013

Word from Germany is that Opel’s head of sales and marketing, Alfred Rieck, is departing Opel after just 7 months on the job.

Rieck was poached from Volkswagen’s Chinese outfit, where he was in charge of  the Skoda brand. Now, Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann is the sole former VW China exec left at the top. Rieck will be replaced by Vauxhall’s Duncan Aldred in the interim.

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