Brilliance slumps in pre-open on court wrangle


HONG KONG, Jan 28 (Reuters) - China's largest van maker Brilliance China Automotive Holdings said the allegations in a writ filed to a Bermuda court by its ex-chairman trying to halt the sale of a major stake in the company were without merit. Shares of Brilliance were indicated at HK$1.75, down 6.91 percent, in the pre-opening session on Tuesday as investors reacted to news of the legal challenge. The stock has been suspended since Friday pending a company announcement on the impact of ...

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