MUMBAI – Due to a confluence of circumstances, Suzuki Motor Corp. stands to pick up 25% of the Indian government’s share in Maruti Udyog Ltd. at a considerable savings. Suzuki, which has a long-standing joint venture with the government to run Maruti, already holds a controlling share of the auto maker. Under a shareholders’ agreement last May, the government agreed to sell 25% of its remaining stake in a public offering before next March. This comes to 3.6 million shares with a $2 face ...
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