NEW DELHI, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki , India's top car maker, on Monday has halted production at one of its plants in the northern Haryana state after it dismissed some workers and asked all others to sign a "good conduct bond", a company spokesman said. In June, about 800 workers had gone on a 13-day strike at the same Manesar plant, crippling production and leading to more than $90 million in lost output. [ Shares in Maruti, valued at about $6.8 billion, closed 0.4 percent lower ...
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