STOCKHOLM, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Investment firm Industrivarden has met with Renault several times to express its interest in buying the French car maker's 20 percent stake in Volvo , a magazine reported on Wednesday. Business magazine Affarsvarlden reported, citing an unnamed source, that "the Handelsbanken sphere's investment vehicle Industrivarden has on several occasions met Renault and voiced its interest in buying its (Renault's) stake". Volvo has been the centre of speculation lately ...
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