Chinese telecom operator China Mobile has announced adjustments to its executive team and Li Yue, former deputy general manager of China Mobile, was promoted to general manager of the company, replacing Wang Jianzhou.
However, Wang will continue to be China Mobile's chairman and party secretary.
China Mobile's new general manager Li, aged 51, has rich experience in the telecom industry. He took the position of deputy general manager of China Mobile from April 2000. Prior to that, he held several executive positions, including vice director for Tianjin Postal and Telecommunication Administration and general manager for China Mobile Tianjin.
Wang, aged 62, is the second head of China Mobile Group. He took the positions of general manager and deputy party secretary of China Mobile from November 2004.