Manu Jain quits Xiaomi as Chinese firm battles legal challenges in India

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Aryaman Gupta New Delhi
Manu Jain

Manu Jain, global vice president of smartphone maker Xiaomi, has resigned after a nine-year stint at the Chinese company.
“After nine years, I am moving on from Xiaomi Group. I feel confident that now is the right time, as we have strong leadership teams across the world. I wish the Xiaomi teams globally all the best and hope they achieve even greater success,” Jain said in a statement on social media.
Jain said he would be “taking some time off” for the next few months. “I am a builder at heart and would love to build something new, ideally in a new industry. I am proud of having been a small part of the ever-growing start-up community, twice. I hope to return to it with another fulfilling challenge.”

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