India's Tata says would move Nano plant if forced


MUMBAI, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Tata Motors Ltd , India's top vehicle maker, will move a plant to make the ultra low-cost Nano car out of the eastern state of West Bengal if protests against the plant continue, its chairman said on Friday. "I've made a major investment here ... to move will be at a great cost to Tata Motors and to shareholders," Tata told reporters in Kolkata. "(But) there is a concern about our people, a definite concern about not being wanted." Tata Motors, which is ...

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