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Toyota suspends workers at India plants over unrest

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Toyota has suspended 17 workers at its Indian auto assembly plants which were temporarily closed this week following protests against delayed pay rises, a union and company official said Thursday. 

The Toyota logo on a brand new truck on the sales lot at Toyota Marin on March 19, 2014 in San Rafael, California

The workers were suspended for misconduct and indiscipline over the protests at the two factories in southern India, which the company says included threats against management and deliberate assembly-line stoppages.

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