Government considers divesting Maruti stake NEW DELHI — An Indian cabinet group is discussing the privatization of leading government-controlled firms, setting in motion plans to divest the country's stake in its largest carmaker, Maruti Udyog Ltd. Officials say a panel has been set up to discuss the best way to sell the government's equity in Maruti. The Indian government and Suzuki Motor Corp. are equal partners in the venture, set up in 1981. The partners have agreed that none of the ...

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