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PE-controlled listed firms staring at deadline to meet minimum public holding norms

02 January, 2013

Private equity investors Blackstone and Fairbridge Capital face a tricky situation regarding their public-listed portfolio companies in India as the deadline to meet minimum public ....

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PE-controlled listed firms staring at deadline to meet minimum public holding norms

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