STOCKHOLM, Jan 27 (Reuters) - World number two truck maker Volvo's second biggest owner said on Thursday it did not believe a proposed plan for converting shares in the truck maker presaged Renault selling its holding. Earlier on Thursday, Renault and Swedish investment group Industrivarden proposed Volvo alter its articles of consitution to allow conversion of A-shares into the more liquid B-shares, a move seen by an analysts as setting the stage for Renault selling its stake, currently ...
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