*India'S Gujarat State Petroleum Corp'S Open Offer To Acquire 26. Percent more In Bg unit Gujarat Gas to be launched at 314.17 Rupees/ Share- Manager. *GSPC open offer to be worth up to 10.5 billion rupees if fully accepted-.
*BG's open offer to acquire 26 percent more in GSPC to be. launched at 314.17 rupees per share- Manager. *GSPC open offer to be worth up to 10.5 billion rupees if fully accepted-.
LONDON/ MUMBAI Oct 3- BG Group said it agreed to sell its majority stake in western India- based Gujarat Gas for $470 million to a unit owned by India's state-run Gujarat State Petroleum Corp, as part of the British oil firm's disposal programme.
LONDON, Oct 3- BG Group:. *Agreement reached for $470 M sale of ggcl stake. *Agreement reached for $470 M sale of ggcl stake.
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