NEW DELHI — The most intriguing puzzle in India''''s automotive industry these days is what will happen to Maruti Udyog Ltd. After years of agonizing indecision, India''''s political leaders have finally decided to sell the central government''''s half share in the country''''s biggest and most successful car producer, a 50/50 joint venture with Japan''''s Suzuki Motor Corp. So far, neither the terms of the sale nor the price have been clearly spelled out and the government''''s ...
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