FRANKFURT, June 28 (Reuters) - German auto parts supplier SHW AG said it would give investors more time to take up shares in its flotation, citing uncertainties the Greek debt crisis was creating in capital markets. It said on Tuesday it was extending the offer period for its initial public offering (IPO), due to expire on Wednesday, until July 6. SHW, which makes components including diesel fuel pumps and brake discs, said this month it would offer as many as 2.6 million shares in its ...
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