MUMBAI – A workers’ strike that was started Saturday by about 2,000 employees at Maruti Suzuki’s plant in Manesar, in northern Haryana state, reportedly already has cost the auto maker more than 1,000 units of production and a temporary loss in share value on the Bombay Stock Exchange. Sunday was a holiday, or the vehicle loss would have been greater. Workers are asking for recognition of a new union, but a company spokesman tells The Wall Street Journal Maruti Suzuki considers the work ...
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