China's Leshi votes for new board as creditors protest parent LeEco

HONG KONG (Reuters) – An extraordinary shareholder meeting for the listed unit of indebted Chinese tech group LeEco ended amid protest from creditors on Monday and without the election of a chairman to replace embattled founder Jia Yueting.

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