By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – A nationwide strike by bank employees in Brazil entered its 24th day on Thursday, September 29th, with negotiations halted as neither side has retracted from their demands. The strike is the longest in the country since 2004, when bank employees went on strike for thirty days.
"Banks have lost the opportunity to resolve the strike,” said Juvandia Moreira, president of the Bank Employees Union of São Paulo (SPBancarios) on Wednesday (September 28th) night. Moreira added, “Since the proposal presented on Wednesday still translates into losses to bank employees, the . . .