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Initial public offering proposed for Biomet

Biomet Inc. could soon be publicly traded.

LVB Acquisition Inc., the Warsaw-based orthopedic devices manufacturer’s parent company, has registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a proposed initial public offering of common stock, Biomet officials announced today.

A date for the IPO, the number of shares and the price range have not yet been decided.

Biomet expects to use the sale’s proceeds to pay down debt.

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