India's Bajaj Auto sees June, July output hit by strike


MUMBAI, June 26 (Reuters) - India's Bajaj Auto expects output at one of its plants in western India to drop by a third in June and July due to an employee strike that began on Tuesday, its managing director told television channel CNBC TV18. Bajaj expects to make 50,000 motorbikes in June and July each at its Chakan plant compared with the usual 75,000 a month, Rajiv Bajaj said on Wednesday. Bajaj makes two-wheelers, including its high-end sports bikes, at the ...


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