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MailOnlineAston Martin to float on the London stock market

Aston Martin to float on the London stock market

It is thought the luxury manufacturer, which is based in Warwickshire, could aim for a similar valuation to Ferrari, which listed in New York in 2015.

Reported by MailOnline • Friday, May 19, 2017

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