(Adds analyst comments, latest share prices, background) TOKYO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs has broken off talks with Panasonic Corp for now on selling its stake in Sanyo Electric after the electronics maker made an offer below Sanyo's current stock price. Panasonic, the world's largest maker of plasma TVs, said this month that it wanted to buy smaller rival Sanyo but had not set a price with Goldman and Sanyo's two other main shareholders [ID:nT305137]. The deal would boost ...
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