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Qatar's sovereign wealth fund is selling a stake worth about $640 million in Veolia Environnement SA, months after it reduced holdings in Tiffany & Co. and Credit Suisse Group AG.Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Co., the property arm of Qatar Investment Authority, will sell about 26.1 million shares in the French utility, or around 4.6 percent of share capital, according to a statement from the Doha-based firm. The planned sale comes after the QIA off-loaded shares worth about $417 million in luxury jewelry retailer Tiffany & Co. in September and reduced its direct shareholding in Credit Suisse to 4.94 percent in August.
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