Argentina’s key grain port hit by strike over vaccine access

Seven vessels, six of them large Panamax-class cargo ships that had been loaded with soy and other agricultural products, were stranded at their docks, unable to embark because of the dropping water level of the Parana River in Rosario, according to three chambers representing port workers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's main grain port of Rosario experienced disruptions Friday due to a 48-hour strike by tugboat captains and other workers handling the flow of agricultural ships demanding access to Covid-19 vaccines, according to port officials.

Seven vessels, six of them large Panamax-class cargo ships that had been loaded with soy and other agricultural products, were stranded at their docks, unable to embark because of the dropping water level of the . . .

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