MUMBAI, Nov 28- Tata Steel UK, the British arm of India's Tata Steel, will hold exclusive talks with trading firm Liberty House to sell its speciality steel business as its parent seeks to offload loss-making assets and restructure European operations. Tata Steel, India's biggest steelmaker by overall capacity, has been trying to restructure its UK business,...
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