News: Bajaj Auto says union at Chakan plant plans work stoppage

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Bajaj Auto says union at Chakan plant plans work stoppage

Bajaj Auto, second-largest motorcycle maker, said on Friday the union at its Chakan factory in western India had proposed a work stoppage from April 28. The union's proposal to stop work comes less than a year after the plant's workers had gone on a strike that lasted nearly two months.

Bajaj Auto, second-largest motorcycle maker, said on Friday the union at its Chakan factory in western India had proposed a work stoppage from April 28. The union's proposal to stop work comes less than a year after the plant's workers had gone on a strike that lasted nearly two months.

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