Maruti Suzuki India looks to a new production facility to shore up its flagging fortunes. Higher costs, declining sales and falling production marked the July-September quarter. Concealed behind those figures, however, are increasing competition and erosion of the auto maker’s relationship with workers. Maruti Suzuki is negotiating the purchase of up to 1,400 acres (567 ha) for a new manufacturing complex in Gujarat in western India. The auto maker plans to invest Rs180 billion ($3.7 ...

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