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Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd. is an investment holding company principally engaged in the manufacture and sales of bavarian motor works (BMW) vehicles in China. The Company operates through two business segments: the manufacture and sales of minibuses and automotive components and the manufacture and sales of BMW vehicles. The Company’s major operating subsidiary in China is Shenyang Brilliance JinBei Automobile Co., Ltd., which contributes about 90% revenue of the Company. The Company is also engaged in the design and remodeling of minibuses and sedans, as well as the provision of financing services through its subsidiaries.
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Chater House, 8 Connaught Road Central
Xiao An Wu
Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer of RBJAC
Chief Executive Officer of BBAFC
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FAW Group is looking at acquiring Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd for about $7.2 billion in a two-stage deal that would see BMW's main Chinese partner taken private, two people with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
FAW Group is looking at acquiring Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd, BMW's main Chinese partner, in deals that may cost it some $7.2 billion and then take it private, two people with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Brilliance Automotive Holdings, the Chinese joint venture partner of BMW, said its parent Huachen Automotive Group may undergo restructuring after a creditor filed an application to a Chinese court.
* Prospective investors feel Brilliance "highly undervalued" in Hong Kong-sources
* Provincial state asset regulator supports proposal-sources (Adds details on valuation, Hong Kong stock performance)
State-backed investors are considering taking BMW's main Chinese joint-venture partner Brilliance private, five people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters, in the latest such deal targeting beaten down Hong Kong-listed stocks.
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