Brilliance China shares suspended


HONG KONG, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Trading in shares of China's largest van maker, Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd , was suspended on Friday pending an announcement on an effort to block the planned sale of a major stake in the company. The company said it was indirectly provided with a copy of a restraining order from the Supreme Court of Bermuda halting the transfer of shares in Brilliance held by Chinese Financial Education Development Foundation to any third party.

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