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Make in India will be lost if we aren’t globally competitive in input cost: R C Bhargava

R C Bhargava, Chairman of Maruti Suzuki India, says India “never had a culture of manufacturing”, sees contract labour and the tendency to view management and labour ties as adversarial as problematic, and blames lack of communication for the 2012 Manesar violence

Cheaper inputs offer Maruti some cheer, Q4 net up 61%

Net sales during Q4 stood at Rs 13,273 crore, a rise of 12.3 per cent against Rs 11,818.13 crore registered in the year-ago period.

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Bhargava: Decision to transfer Gujarat unit to Suzuki right

We assemble, mark my words, assemble 1.2 million cars at the moment. But remember in this assembly of 1.2 million cars, 70% of the manufacturing is done by vendors and not us said R C Bhargava, Maruti Suzuki India, chairman.

Maruti to focus on rural market

Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) is driving into the rural markets to boost sales.

Maruti Suzuki India to enter light commercial vehicles segment,may launch in 2 yrs

'Maruti has not decided on the name of the LCV,which will available in both CNG and diesel variants.'

Maruti Suzuki casts doubt on UPA govt's decision-making ability

Japanese co has again started debate about Manmohan Singh-led govt's ability to govern.

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Find root cause of Manesar violence: Suzuki

Suzuki Motor Corp Chairman Osamu Suzuki on Sunday met Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda in New Delhi and emphasised that the special investigation team (SIT) probing last month’s violence and arson at the Manesar plant must find out the “root cause”.

500 sacked,Maruti plant opens Aug 21

More workers may be sacked depending on investigations,he said.

Decision on Manesar plant reopening on Monday: Maruti

Maruti Suzuki India will take a decision on Monday on reopening of violence-hit Manesar plant which is locked out since July 21.

Manesar plant violence: Maruti declares lockout; 'can't risk life'

GM (HR) was burnt to death and about 90 officials were injured when violence broke out at plant.

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