The following sentences are from annual shareholder meeting of Berkshire Hathaway. I am not asking the financial meaning but English structural meaning.
He explained: “When we sell something, very often it’s going to be our entire stake: We don’t trim positions. That’s just not the way we approach it any more than if we buy 100% of a business. We’re going to sell it down to 90% or 80%.”
I cannot exactly understand the Italic part. I know the usual usage of 'not ~ any more than' but the following 'if' makes me confusing.
Does it mean that 'only when we have 100% of a business, we trim positions'? If my understanding is correct, does the following sentence 'we're going ...' mean that 'when we have 100% of a business, we trim positions if it is necessary and then the trimming size will be down to 80~90%' which means the leftover will be 10~20%? It seems not to make sense to me.