MUMBAI – A strike by some unionized workers at General Motors India’s Halol plant in Vadodara is in its fifth day, with a reported production loss so far of about 550 vehicles. The factory builds 190 cars daily with two shifts but has been operating on a single general shift since Wednesday, when disgruntled workers on the second shift walked out. Some 450 striking workers returned to their posts today, and the auto maker says it may be forced to take action against remaining absent ...

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