Dec. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Following is a table showing Indian companies plans to sell shares through an initial public offering, or IPO, according to company filings to the Securities and Exchange Board of India.
At least 80 companies have pending draft offer documents with the regulator seeking approval for share sales. Indian companies raised about 331 billion rupees ($6.2 billion) from 52 IPOs in the year ended March 31. Since April, 28 companies have raised about 49 billion rupees.
Maiam Global Food Ltd. and Bluplast Industries Ltd. filed share sale documents with the regulator last week.
Source: The Securities and Exchange Board of India, National Stock Exchange of India.
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