NEW DELHI, Aug 25 (Reuters) - India's biggest tractor and utility vehicles maker, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. , said on Wednesday that a nationwide truckers' strike had hit production at its automotive division. "It has started to affect us now. We were able to stock up supplies for three days," Pawan Goenka, chief operating officer of the automotive division, which makes utility vehicles, light trucks and three-wheelers, told reporters. Goenka said some components were still reaching ...
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