Strike at Argentine ports ends after vaccination deal, unions say

The strike had paralyzed vessels at the docks of the third largest global exporter of corn and main supplier of soybean meal used as feed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A strike that lasted nearly a day and affected grain shipments from Argentina came to an end late Wednesday, May 26, after labor unions said they had reached an agreement granting their workers priority for Covid-19 vaccination.

Port workers held a 48-hour strike last week due to lack of vaccine access. The strike was back on Wednesday, paralyzing ships at the third largest global exporter of corn . . .

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