MUMBAI – The state of West Bengal’s newly elected government has passed a special law that will allow it to take back 997 acres (403 ha) of land forcefully acquired from local farmers in 2006 by the last administration and given to Tata and its suppliers for a new factory to build the low-cost Nano car. The Nano was launched in March 2009, but because of violent political protests at the original plant site in Singur, production had to be moved across the country to Gujarat. Tata began ...

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