* Unions say 85 percent turnout, govt says impact limited * Basic guaranteed services get commuters to work * Strike follows set-backs for govt in regional elections * Government vows to push forward with reforms (Adds details throughout) By Emma Pinedo and Nigel Davies MADRID, March 29 (Reuters) - Spanish workers slowed public transport to a crawl and disrupted factories on Thursday in a protest over Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's sweeping reforms a day before a new round of budget ...
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