NEW DELHI -- The guessing game over who will end up owning Maruti Udyog Ltd. are far from over even though the basic rules seem simple enough. The Indian government, starved for cash and heavily indebted, has decided to disinvest in the country's biggest automaker by selling its share in the 50/50 joint venture with Suzuki Motor Corp. Yet how, to whom and when remains unclear. In late September, two major Indian financial dailies, The Economic Times and the Business Standard, reported ...

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