MUMBAI – The sale of 72 million shares of auto maker Maruti Udyog Ltd. through an initial public offer next week will not garner more money for one of India’s best-known domestics. Nor will it give additional control to the owner, Japan’s Suzuki Motor Corp., which already holds more than 54% of Maruti and has elected not to buy more shares. The IPO (25% of equity) is coming out of the Indian government’s 45% holding. The government wishes to exit from the business of making ...

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