Maruti Suzuki to close factories on Fri due to labour unrest


MUMBAI, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki , India's top carmaker, will close two factories on Friday due to a strike at its Suzuki-owned engine supplier, the company said in a statement, as the 18-day long labour unrest spreads to its sister companies. Strikes began at Suzuki Powertrain after labour unrest at Maruti's Manesar factory in north India, where its popular Swift model is assembled, due to disagreements between workers and management over discipline. Suzuki Powertrain, 70 ...

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