SAO PAULO, Reuters, July 26 (Reuters) - A truckers' strike in Brazil called by a union representing a third of autonomous truck drivers has failed to seriously affect shipments in its first day, transport sector officials said on Monday. Officials in Paranagua, Brazil's biggest grain port, said there were about 20 percent fewer trucks bringing goods to the port, but said warehouses were full which was enough to maintain normal activities. The Brazilian Truckers' Association, which called ...
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