MUMBAI – Workers at Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar plant ended their 13-day strike Thursday, but the facility’s 2,000 employees are observing a rest day Friday and will resume their jobs on Saturday. Some 800 striking workers stationed themselves inside the plant for the length of the labor action, with limited facilities for sleeping and bathing. The remainder lined up outside the court-enforced 1,641-ft. (500-m) limit outside the plant gates to prevent non-striking employees from walking in. ...

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