INDIA: Maruti production resumed after strike
India's largest auto-maker Maruti Udyog Ltd. has resumed operations for the first time for three weeks after workers went on strike, say Asian news media (8/11/00). According to Indian sources, production levels decreased to 300 vehicles per day since strike action began on October 12 - a far cry from the 1330 units produced on Tuesday (7/11/00). Maruti did however maintain 50 per cent market share despite production loss due to the strike, according to a company spokesperson.
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