Analysts value unit at around 5 billion euros. *Philips Group will now focus on Healthcare operations. AMSTERDAM, May 3- Philips plans to sell at least 25 percent of its lighting business, the world's largest maker of lights, on the stock market to focus on its larger medical equipment operations, it said on Tuesday. » Read More
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