* Production loss of over 51,000 cars in 2011 * Striking workers shut down both factories on Friday * Local court declares Manesar strike illegal By Henry Foy MUMBAI, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Workers at Maruti Suzuki , India's biggest carmaker, halted production on Friday as part of a long-running dispute, a company statement said, sending the firm's expected production losses from labour unrest in 2011 to $330 million. The losses compound the woes at Maruti, which saw a 21-percent drop ...
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