Auto maker’s response to wage demands limits strike to two days.
MUMBAI – As with other industries, Indian auto makers and components producers face periodic labor disputes. But differences within the automotive sector have been considerably more turbulent, in some cases turning violent and even deadly. Clashes in the Gurgaon-Manesar region in north-central India belt are notorious for their frequency and intensity. The most deeply and repeatedly affected businesses include auto maker Maruti Suzuki; Honda Motor Cycle & Scooter; Hero Motors, ...
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