By Gregory Scruggs, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian postal workers were ordered by the Supreme Labor Court (TST) to return to work at midnight on Thursday, October 13th, ending a 28-day strike that severely hampered correspondence across the country. The Court intervened after negotiations failed between the Correios, Brazil's national postal system, and the postal workers union.
The terms of the ruling included a 6.7 percent salary adjustment, retroactive as of August 1st, and an increase . . .