(Adds details of company statement, share price) HONG KONG, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Trading in shares of China's largest van maker, Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd , was suspended on Friday after its ex-chairman Yang Rong obtained a court order in a bid to halt the sale of a major stake in the company. Brilliance requested the trading suspension pending an announcement on the impact of the order, which was granted by the Supreme Court of Bermuda to Yang's Broadsino Finance Co Ltd, ...
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