MUMBAI – The second strike in three months at one of Maruti Suzuki’s plants slows production of the Swift, Maruti’s new flagship hatchback, to a trickle. The auto maker’s management discovered Aug. 29 that some workers were sabotaging production and deliberately compromising quality at its manufacturing facility in Manesar. Before being allowed inside the plant the next day, each of the 2,500 workers was asked to sign a “Good Conduct Bond” in which they agreed not to engage in any ...

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