India's Maruti to begin IPO roadshows on May 30

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NEW DELHI, May 27 (Reuters) - India's largest carmaker Maruti Udyog Ltd, a unit of Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp , will begin roadshows for its initial public offering on May 30, a company spokesman said on Tuesday. "The roadshows will kick off on May 30 in Bombay and will be addressed by (Suzuki chairman) Mr Osamu Suzuki. That will be followed by a roadshow in Delhi on May 31 and the shows will then proceed to other countries," he said. The public issue will most likely open in the second ...

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