In the wake of Brazil and China, Argentina now appears to be preparing for a trucking strike as its drivers demand a 27% pay increase.
Local media has reported that the pay demand is to offset an annual inflation rate of 20%, which is expected to grow further following a $50bn bailout package from the IMF.
Opposition to the bailout saw trade unions march through Buenos Aires last week, with Argentine Truck Drivers Association head …
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Source: The Loadstar