U.S. Lures Firms With IPOs as Home Demand Drops: Corporate IndiaGeorge Smith Alexander and Anto Antony
Indian companies are planning to sell shares in the U.S. for the first time since 2010 lured by rising prices in the world’s biggest market for equities as an economic slowdown at home makes initial public offerings unattractive, according to Jefferies Group LLC.
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