By Marcel Michelson AMSTERDAM, May 19 (Reuters) - Sports car maker Spyker plans a ride on the stock exchange in the first Dutch initial public offering in nearly a year, which would value the maker of high-power, high-sticker vehicles as high as 60 million euros ($72 million). Spyker will offer about 25 percent of its equity at 14-17 euros per share from May 24, it said on Wednesday. It aims to raise as much as 15 million euros. The IPO comes after at the Geneva International Motorshow ...
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