Ericsson Magyarország gets new CEO

Analysis

Ali Shah has been named the new CEO of the Hungarian unit of Swedish mobile communications infrastructure maker Ericsson, Ericsson Magyarország told MTI on Monday.

Shah replaces Roland Nordgren, who will continue working for Ericsson at the company headquarters in Stockholm.

Ali Shah joined Ericsson in 1996.

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