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Jaguar Land Rover says ready for any suppliers' strike

Jaguar Land Rover Plc, owned by India's giant Tata group, said Monday it is ready to deal with any disruption at its British plants if employees of delivery partner DHL go on strike. DHL's logistics workers at Jaguar's plants in Britain have voted to strike to push their demands for significantly higher pay. DHL workers -- who deliver parts to the carmaker's production lines and often work closely with JLR workers -- are demanding a rise in salaries and similar terms and conditions to put them on the same contractual footing as JLR employees.
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