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Xiaozhi Liu to Autoliv’s Board of Directors
Thursday, 03 November 2011
Autoliv today announced that it has elected Dr.  Xiaozhi Liu as a new member of its Board of Directors.

Doctor Liu has a long experience in the automotive industry and a thorough educational back¬ground. She has Ph. D. and Master Degree in Chemical Engineering and Electrical Engineering from the German Friedrich-Alexander Universität in Erlangen, Nurembourg, and a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Chinese Jiaotong University in Xian.

After completing her studies in 1992, she was recruited into GM’s Delphi operations and worked in various executive positions in Germany, China and the U.S., where she rose to the position of Director of Electronics, Controls & Software for GM in Detroit, Chief Engineer & Chief Technology Officer of GM in China and Chairman & CEO for General Motors Taiwan. Between 2005 and 2006, she was CEO and Vice Chairman of Fuyao Glass Industry Group Co Ltd., a public company listed in Shanghai. In 2007, she became the President and CEO of NeoTek China, a supplier of automotive chassis and transmission parts and, in 2008, the Chairman of the company’s board of directors. Since 2009, she has been running her own company, ASL Automobile Science & Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., which introduces and implements globally advanced technologies to Chinese companies.
In addition to being Chairman of the board of NeoTek China, Doctor Liu serves on the board of the US-based wind-turbine company Viryd Technologies Inc.
Doctor Liu was born in 1956, is a Chinese citizen and fluent in English, German and Mandarin.
She was elected for the current term that expires at the 2012 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders.

based on press release from the company circulated by Cisionwire

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