By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – While Petrobras officials and union leaders negotiate a deal to end a two-week national strike, approximately ten oil workers remain on call at a São Paulo refinery, working overtime to keep machines in operation. According to news reports from Globo, approximately thirty workers, from the Presidente Bernardes Refinery in São Paulo state, were not substituted after their shift ended on October 28th, due to the start of the strike, and remained at the plant.
Of these thirty, ten have remained on the grounds to maintain machines going . . .