HONG KONG, April 27 (Reuters) - Trading in the shares of light truck maker Qingling Motors Co. Ltd. was suspended shortly after the market opened on Wednesday, the Hong Kong stock exchange said. No further details were immediately available. Last week Qingling, which mainly makes commercial trucks under Japan's Isuzu Motors' brand, reported a worse-than-expected 30 percent drop in 2004 net profit to 109.93 million yuan (US$13.3 million). Analysts estimated its sales in 2004 shrank 25 ...
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