Maruti Suzuki will end the nearly monthlong lockout at its troubled Manesar plant Aug. 21. Chairman R.C. Bhargava says at a news conference Thursday that India’s largest auto maker by volume will resume production with about 300 employees building 150 cars a day. He says he does not know when full capacity of 1,500 to 1,700 units a day will be reached. Bhargava also says 500 of the 2,500 workers at the plant, which accounts for 40% of the auto maker’s production, have been ...
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