SAO PAULO, Brazil, July 27 (Reuters) - A strike by Brazilian truckers will be ended at midnight on Tuesday, a day earlier than planned, because there has been little support, the Brazilian Truckers Association said. It said that on Monday, the first day of the strike, only 35 percent of about 400,000 autonomous truckers it represents joined the protest, and support fell on Tuesday. "Support fell today and one of our leaders had an accident. We plan to end the action on Tuesday," said ...
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