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Feb 16 (Reuters) - A committee of Rhoen Klinikum's supervisory board on Thursday proposed to cut the number of management board members and remove two key executives, finance chief Jens-Peter Neumann and chief operating officer Martin Menger.
The recommendation will be decided on at the supervisory board's next meeting on Feb. 23, Rhoen Klinikum said in a statement.
Manager Magazin reported earlier that the company was planning to reshuffle its management board and that Neumann and Menger could lose their positions. (Reporting by Anna Serafin; Editing by Christoph Steitz)