Around 625 workers have been fasting since Monday; no disruption of production at the plant The management-worker tussle at US-based car major General Motors' (GM) Halol site seems to be far from over, as around 625 permanent workers at the site have now gone on a hunger strike demanding jobs from the buyer of the asset, China's Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp (SAIC), or a better VRS package. Interestingly, the plant which is inching towards closure on April 28, is still making Taveras and ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
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