AMSTERDAM, May 27 (Reuters) - Sports car maker Spyker priced its shares at 15.50 euros on Thursday in the first Dutch initial public offering in more than a year, valuing the company at as much as 42 million euros ($50.9 million). Spyker, which counts rapper Busta Rhymes among the owners of its flashy vehicles, set the issue price near the middle of its previously announced price range of 14-17 euros. The Netherlands-based company, which made 16 cars last year with eye-catching price ...
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