Shares in Maruti Suzuki were down over 3 percent after media reports that workers at some more factories of Suzuki Motors in India had struck work in support of employees at Maruti Suzuki's Manesar plant who have been on strike since August 29, dealers said. Workers at factories of Suzuki Powertrain India, Suzuki Castings and Suzuki Motorcycle India, went on indefinite strike, the Economic Times reported, quoting a union official. Suzuki chairman Osamu Suzuki said last week there would be no ...
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