NEW DELHI, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki , India's top carmaker, has halted production at one of its plants in northern Haryana state due to a renewed labour strike, a spokesman said on Friday. The fresh strikes comes just days after Maruti said a month-long strike at the Manesar plant that cost the company about $135 million in lost output ended, after workers agreed to sign discipline agreements. "Workers have gone on strike at around 4 PM (1030GMT) today," the spokesman told ...
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