* Rail, air traffic, local transport hit * Austerity measures are designed to save 11.3 billion euros (Adds union chiefs, more companies hit, traffic situation) By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Belgium's first general strike in almost two decades brought parts of the country to a halt on Monday in an anti-austerity protest aimed at the new government and at EU leaders meeting in Brussels. The rail network closed, buses and trams sat in depots, schools and shops shut and ...
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