* Shares rise as much as 4.5 pct to record high * Zhejiang Geely says made great effort and well prepared * Analysts say Volvo buy could help Geely's brand building (Adds details and analysts quotes) By Alison Leung and Fang Yan SHANGHAI, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Shares of Geely Automobile Holdings rose to a record high on Thursday, even as the broader market slipped, on hopes its parent's bid for Ford's Volvo unit would help boost its brand and technology. Ford Motor named Zhejiang ...
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