BANGALORE, Jan 20 (Reuters) - The Indian unit of Toyota Motor Corp. on Friday lifted a two-week-old lockout at its southern Indian factory, saying it was responding to requests from striking employees who wanted to return to work. Toyota Kirloskar Motor Ltd., the joint venture controlled by Toyota, said in a statement it would resume production on Saturday at the plant in Bidadi, on the outskirts of Bangalore. Workers at the plant went on strike on Jan. 6 following the dismissal of three ...
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