BEIJING — Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s China chief executive officer and senior vice president for human resources have resigned in the wake of a food-labeling scandal that has touched the very heart of China’s ongoing food safety issues.
The company said Monday that Ed Chan, president and ceo of Wal-Mart China, and Clara Wong, the company’s senior vice president for human resources in China, have stepped down. The company said the ceo left for “personal reasons” and did not give a reason for Wong’s departure. Wal-Mart declined further comment.
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