MUMBAI – The labor strike at General Motors India’s Halol plant now is in its 14th day, and the number of parties involved has grown to six. The allegations have hardened attitudes of both the company and its workers. Industry observers say no early or easy solution is apparent. The Indian National Trade Union Congress, with which GM India’s new Gujarat Kamdar Union is affiliated, is spearheading the agitation. “The workers manage to continue work by popping painkillers (medication) ...
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