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  • The idea of a minimum level of public shareholding in listed companies is not new. Until the early 1990s, promoters of listed companies were not allowed to hold more than 40% of the paid-up capital. This was relaxed to allow up to 90% promoter holding. The latest amendment requires a minimum public float of 25% in listed companies, irrespective of what requirements applied to them at the time of t..