Vendors to back Tata in case of Nano pull-out


By Aniruddha Basu MUMBAI, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Vendors for Tata Motors' Nano car would back Tata in the eventuality of a pull-out from Singur in West Bengal, but said they were not aware of a deadline for a relocation of the plant. "Tatas have communicated to all vendors that work at Singur should continue as planned," said D.S. Malik, managing director of Amtek Auto Ltd , which currently supplies engine and suspension components for the Nano from its plant at Gurgaon. "In future whether ...

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