NEW DELHI – The Indian government is selling an 8% stake of its 18.28% holding in the country's leading small-car manufacturer Maruti Udyog Ltd. The sale, however, is limited to state-run financial institutions and banks. Maruti Alto Competitive bids will be invited from firms that register by Jan. 4. In play are the government's 23.11 million shares of Maruti, out of a total 52.8 million. (See related story: Indian Government Exiting Maruti, But Not Quite) Under the 2003 Revised ...
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