* Analysts say being private suits Aabar's strategy * Company seen taking advantage of low share price * Minority investors confused by company move * Investment firm has stakes in Daimler and Virgin Galactic By Dinesh Nair and Stanley Carvalho ABU DHABI, June 23 (Reuters) - State-owned fund Aabar has always stood out for its rapid growth and high-profile purchases but the world's only listed sovereign wealth fund is now making investors nervous with its plans to go private. ...
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