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|Day's Range||4.9400 - 5.0000|
|52 Week Range||3.3000 - 6.5100|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.65|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep. 27, 2019|
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* 3/4 of Ford, Hyundai, Renault-Nissan workers not vaccinated * 1/7 of workers contracted virus, 21 died * Plants at 90% pre-lockdown workforce (Adds details from industrial safety department report) By Sudarshan Varadhan CHENNAI, June 20 (Reuters) - Car factories, including those of Renault-Nissan, Hyundai and Ford, can operate with full workforces in India's automaking hub from Monday, even though 75% of workers at the global carmakers' plants have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. India's southern Tamil Nadu state, known for its flourishing automobile industry, on Sunday allowed some industrial units including those of global automakers in and around capital city Chennai to operate at 100% capacity.
Global carmakers such as Renault-Nissan, Hyundai Motor Co and Ford Motor Co may operate with their full workforces in India's automaking hub from Sunday, despite worker protests over safety in the pandemic. Tamil Nadu state, one of the country's worst-hit, allowed industrial units with export commitments to operate at 100% capacity, boosting its flourishing automobile industry. New cases in the state have fallen from more than 30,000 a day in May to about 8,000 but still account for one-seventh of all cases in India, which is second only to the United States in total infections.
The Indian market is likely to be led by small, affordable cars rather than the premium models churned out by most foreign manufacturers, industry executives and analysts say.