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5 September 2006 By Una Galani

The decision by the UK oil group to float less than half of its Indian subsidiary and retain some of the proceeds has surprised investors. Cairn argues the shares will be worth more closer to production. A more likely reason is the recent weakness of the Indian IPO market.

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