Argentina tells truckers to stop protests for talks


* Argentina orders gov't mediation to end dispute * Blockade seen hitting auto industry's steel supplies BUENOS AIRES, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Argentina's government ordered truckers on Tuesday to call off a week-long blockade of Ternium Siderar steel plants that has started to disrupt the supply of steel to the car industry. Members of the country's powerful truckers union started blockading access roads around the factories last Wednesday to press demands for higher pay and the direct ...

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