When you pass by Jantar Mantar in New Delhi at any given time, you ought to find some form of socio-political protest in process. But June 27 was pretty unusual. Probably for the first time in history, the Federation of Automobile Dealers Association protested against the US-based original equipment manufacturer General Motors (GM). The reason: its sudden withdrawal from India without keeping its dealers in the loop.
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