Indian government to sell stake in Maruti? NEW DELHI — The Indian government is considering reducing its stake in the country's leading automaker, Maruti Udyog Ltd., to 26% from its present holding of 50% during the current fiscal year, officials say. Additionally, government advisors say selling off remaining shares at the end of two years would garner about Rp 30 billion (US$681.8 million). Joint-venture partner Suzuki Motor Corp., which holds 50% of the JV, would be given first right of ...

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