MUMBAI – Workers at Maruti Suzuki India’s Manesar plant are on strike for the fourth time in four months, this time with police intervention. The employee-controlled union’s latest demand is for reinstatement of 44 workers suspended over the previous 33-day walkout, which ended Oct. 1, six days before the current work stoppage. It also is calling for reinstatement of 1,000 temporary contract workers, whom the auto maker has kept out for “indiscipline.” India’s High Court ordered 1,500 ...

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