RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Restaurant Association (ANR) called for measures to save businesses and jobs, such as the re-enactment of laws that allow the suspension of labor contracts and working hours/wages, after the São Paulo government announced on Thursday, March 11th, the tightening of restrictions on circulation in the state.
However, this time the association refrained from repeating its criticism in the January statement against the São Paulo state government's decision to backtrack on its plan to reopen activities. At the time, it said that companies in the sector, one of the hardest . . .