Feb 28 (Reuters) - Cooper Tire & Rubber Co resumed reporting results on Friday, giving investors the first glimpse of its balance sheet since its dispute with its Chinese joint venture partner last year. The JV partner opposed Cooper's $2.5 billion deal with India's Apollo Tyres Ltd and locked out Cooper management, making it impossible for the U.S. tire maker to access financial data required to prepare quarterly results. The Chinese JV also halted ...
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