BOMBAY, Dec 22 (Reuters) - India's largest car maker Maruti Udyog Ltd has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) that 27 percent of its workers have opted for a voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) offered recently by the company. A posting on the BSE's Web site (www.bseindia.com) on Monday said 276 workers of the non-unionised category such as supervisors, executives and managers and 975 of the permanent staff such as technicians and assistants accepted the offer. Following this, the ...
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