NEW DELHI, April 23 (Reuters) - The Indian unit of Japan's Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it had been forced to halt production at its auto plant in the south of the country because a nine-day-old truckers' strike had hit parts supplies. Indian truckers, demanding stable fuel prices and fewer levies, have been on strike since April 14, crippling freight movement across the country. K.K. Swamy, deputy managing director of Toyota's Indian unit, told Reuters, that since the plant ...
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