* Total production loss exceeds $150 mln * Workers attacked managers: company * Gunshots fired by labor contractor: company MUMBAI, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Striking employees of Maruti Suzuki , India's biggest carmaker, have seized control of a factory hit by weeks of labour unrest, the company said on Monday, as a stand-off that has cost the firm over $150 million descended into violence. Workers attacked managers and supervisors and damaged equipment at the Manesar plant in north India, ...
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