NEW DELHI, Aug 27 (Reuters) - A seven-day truckers' strike in India has only had a marginal or no impact on vehicle production but output would be hit if the shutdown stretches for another three to four days, industry officials said. Some automakers said vehicle despatches had been hit by the strike, called to protest against a proposed service tax on freight booking agents, but retail sales were unaffected as dealers usually carried 15 days of stocks. Nearly three million trucks, which ...
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