Grains Supply to Argentine Export Hub Normalizing After Truckers Strike
Delivery of grains and oilseeds to Argentine export hub Rosario was slowly returning to normal on Monday after a week of protests by truckers who blocked roads leading from the farm belt to port, two industry sources told Reuters.
Drivers are demanding a review of their costs, including tolls, insurance rates, taxes and fuel prices.
They were scheduled to meet with Sergio Massa, president of the lower House of Congress, to discuss their demands while the government news site Telam reported a delay in a proposed fuel tax increase. Both gestures appeared to help calm tensions, although...
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