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Renault-Nissan India seeks 'social distancing' norms from state amid dispute with union

CHENNAI, June 8 (Reuters) - Renault-Nissan India wants the government to recommend “adequate social distancing” parameters based on norms in other automakers in the state, it said in a filing reviewed by Reuters, amid an ongoing dispute with the workers union over safety.

“This honourable court may be pleased to ... direct the officers of Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health to recommend what the “adequate social distancing” parameters are,” Renault-Nissan said in the filing.

M Moorthy, the general secretary of the Renault-Nissan India workers union, said there was a stalemate in talks with the company, and that a counsel for the union will file a counter petition. (Reporting by Sudarshan Varadhan; Editing by Himani Sarkar)

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