NEW DELHI – A steep rise in Maruti Udyog Ltd. stock gives an opportunity to the Indian government to sell its remaining 18.29% share at a profit. Government officials say they have found the means to sell at least a portion of the minority share stock despite policy and program hurdles. Maruti Alto In order to convince leftist partners to go along with the stock sale, the government has set up a National Investment Fund that takes effect April. Officials say they plan to sell the ...
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