(Updates with background) HONG KONG, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Trading in the shares of Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd , China's largest van maker, was suspended on Wednesday, amid speculation that the firm was likely to unveil a new ownership structure. The company said in a statement to the stock exchange that it was halting trade pending the release of price-sensitive information. Brilliance said in November that the Liaoning provincial government, in northeastern China, is in ...
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