Argentine trucker protest slashes grains delivery, threatening exports

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A truck driver protest in Argentina is threatening to paralyze the country’s grains exports, slashing the number of freight vehicles carrying grains to the country’s main port on Wednesday.

The provincial Road Safety Agency said truck owner guilds protesting high diesel prices and shortages prevented the passage of loaded trucks on different roads in the province of Santa Fe, home to port city Rosario, the gateway for around 80% of Argentine agricultural exports.





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