HONG KONG, Jan 30 (Reuters) - China's largest van maker Brilliance China Automotive Holdings, battling with its ex-chairman over an ownership stake, said on Thursday that it is seeking to remove a court order obtained by the former executive that freezes control of a block of shares. Separately, Brilliance said it and its joint venture partner Shenyang JinBei Automotive will invest an additional US$273 million in a manufacturing business they own. Brilliance's stock has skidded 6.4 ...
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