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Protests prompt Tata plant move

October 04, 2008|From Times Wire Reports

Tata Motors Ltd., India's biggest truck maker, abandoned its newly built factory for the world's cheapest car because of violent protests by farmers, hampering plans to start selling the $2,500 vehicle this year.

Tata Motors will move equipment and machinery from Singur in West Bengal state to a location to be decided later, Chairman Ratan Tata said.

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