HONG KONG, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Shares in China's largest van maker Brilliance China Automotive Holdings slumped 6.38 percent to HK$1.76 on resuming trade on Tuesday as confidence in the stock was shaken by a legal challenge. The stock had been suspended since Friday pending a company announcement on the impact of a Bermuda court order initiated by Broadsino Finance Co Ltd, which is owned by former Brilliance chairman Yang Rong. Brilliance said on Tuesday that the allegations in a writ ...
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