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Automakers' attempt to deal with migrant labour shortages
May 19, 2020 | By The Times of India
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With Lockdown 4.0 majority of the automakers are getting back to work. However, one of the obstacles in place is the migrant labour issue. ETAuto assesses how the auto manufacturers are finding ways to keep their factories running.
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In a move to prevent further migration of labourers, the state of Maharashtra, which is a major automotive hub has given permission to 65,000 industries in green and orange zones to start functioning in the next few days. New Delhi: The sudden exodus of mig
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