SAO PAULO, May 25- Usinas Siderúrgicas de Minas Gerais SA tapped veteran executive Sergio Leite as chief executive officer on Wednesday, as Brazil's largest listed flat steelmaker battles to turn around a business hurt by a recession, cheap imports and rising debt. In a securities filing, the board of Belo Horizonte, Brazil- based Usiminas approved a management... » Read More
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