Argentine truckers' blockade may hit steel output


* Week-old blockade stops supplies entering factories * Business groups condemn protest, shares suffer BUENOS AIRES, Aug 23 (Reuters) - A protest by Argentine truckers is disrupting operations at steel plants owned by Ternium Siderar and production could suffer, a company source said on Monday. Members of the country's powerful truckers union started blockading access roads around Siderar plants a week ago to press their demands for higher pay and the direct hiring of drivers who work ...

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