Chongqing Changan says HK listing unlikely in '04

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By Edwin Chan and Wendy Lim SHANGHAI/HONG KONG, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Chinese minivan maker Chongqing Changan Automobile said on Wednesday it was considering a Hong Kong listing, but probably not this year. In the meantime, Changan, which also makes compact cars through tie-ups with Japan's Suzuki Corp and U.S. giant Ford Motor Co , said it was looking at issuing additional A shares on the domestic market. "This (Hong Kong listing) is not going to be possible this year. We can't list in ...

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