NEW DELHI — Suzuki Motor Corp. waives its first right of refusal in the purchase of an up-for-grabs stake in Maruti Udyog Ltd., indicating it is not interested in buying out the remaining 50% stake in its Indian joint venture (see WAI — July '01, p.8). The JV, which began as a 50/50 partnership between Suzuki and the Indian government, has been hanging in the balance ever since India announced plans to divest its holdings in the company. The government now can proceed with its plans, ...
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