Pardus says no plans for big Valeo, Atos sales

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* Pardus Capital to lift suspension on client withdrawals * No plans to sell main Valeo, Atos stakes PARIS, March 25 (Reuters) - Pardus Capital Management said it was lifting its suspension on client withdrawals, adding that it had no plans for big sales of its stakes in French software group Atos Origin and car parts maker Valeo . Pardus added, however, that some Valeo and Atos shares would be sold over time to clients looking to redeem their investments. It has a 19.75 percent stake ...

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