Toyota Suspends Some Workers at India Auto Plants

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MUMBAI, March 20 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp's Indian unit said on Thursday it had suspended some workers for misconduct at its domestic plants, which have been closed since Sunday over a pay dispute. The factories near the southern city of Bangalore are Toyota Motor's only vehicle plants in the world's sixth-biggest auto market, where the Japanese manufacturer generates just a sliver of global sales. "A decision to suspend some of the members pending inquiry, for serious ...

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