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US chip manufacturer AMD (NYSE: AMD) has announced a new organizational structure for Latin America, splitting its operations into two different regions - Spanish-speaking Latin American (SLA) countries and Brazil.
The company's new SLA division will be headed by Pablo Porto, while Rogelio Mejía will continue as consumer segment director of AMD Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean for the division, the company reported in a release.
The new structure will give the current general director for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, Manuel Sáenz, the ability "to focus on other personal and professional plans." Sáenz and Porto will work together on a transition plan during the first quarter of fiscal 2011, which ends April 2, to ensure business continuity for the company's clients, partners and providers.