MUMBAI, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Bajaj Auto Ltd , India's No. 2 motorbike maker, said on Wednesday it would stop producing two-wheelers at a plant in western India from Sept. 1 as it shifts production to a new plant in northern India. Production at the plant in Akurdi in Maharashtra had been scaled back since Bajaj began production at another facility in the state and, more recently, at a factory in northern Uttarakhand state which can make 1 million units annually. "The Akurdi plant is ...
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