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Indian-Commodity  :  IPO  :  Mahindra Two Wheelers plans to raise Rs 700 crore via IPO

Mahindra Two Wheelers plans to raise Rs 700 crore via IPO (21-Jan-2013)

Mahindra & Mahindra's subsidiary Mahindra Two Wheelers is looking forward to raise Rs 600-700 crore through initial public offering (IPO) route to fund capital investments.

The company is planning to invest about Rs 500 crore in research and development (R&D) facilities over the next five years and launch at least three variants of scooters and one of a motorcycle (the 300 cc Mojo) this year. It has already invested Rs 100 crore in its two-wheeler R&D centre in Pune.

In 2008, Mahindra forayed into the two-wheeler segment, after its board of directors had approved the acquisition of Pune-based Kinetic Motor Company's business assets. The acquisition was carried out through a new company, which was later named Mahindra Two Wheelers.


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