(Recasts with new evaluations of the strike) By Marcelo Teixeira SAO PAULO, Reuters, July 26 (Reuters) - A truckers' strike in Brazil called by a union representing a third of autonomous truck drivers failed on Monday to have much of an impact on shipments in its first day, transport sector officials said. The government's secretary for transport policies, Jose Augusto Valente, told Reuters there were no losses stemming from the strike and said the union was isolated from other truck ...
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