Brazil’s Truckers Want Diesel Price Freeze for Freight Charge Calculation

In practical terms, the ABRAVA request refers to the suspension of the so-called diesel trigger, which would lower truckers' remuneration.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Association of Motor Vehicle Drivers (ABRAVA) is calling on the federal government to freeze the price of diesel in order to calculate the minimum floor payment for highway transportation.

In practical terms, ABRAVA's petition refers to the temporary suspension of the diesel trigger - an instrument ruled by the chart that provides for a review when the fluctuation in the price of biofuel is more than ten percent, either . . .

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