India says settles row over Suzuki's new venture


NEW DELHI, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The Indian government has resolved a controversy over Suzuki Motor Corp.'s plans for a second car factory in the country, days after New Delhi said the Japanese firm's new plant would violate existing contract terms. "The issue has been settled amicably," Indian Heavy Industries Secretary Adarsh Kishore told reporters. He did not give details.

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