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Relief: Sao Paulo subway workers reach a tentative deal and suspend the strike

Tuesday, June 10th 2014 - 07:57 UTC
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Subway workers have suspended a strike that crippled traffic in Brazil's biggest city, but warned they could resume their walkout on Thursday, when Sao Paulo hosts the first game of the soccer World Cup. Read full article


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  • ilsen

    If Brasil reclaimed the US$4.5 Billion owing to Brazilian companies by Venezuela alone it would have more tax funds to invest in infrastructure...
    Why is Mercopress NOT reporting on the chaos in Venezuela?
    People are dying.
    The Government is massively corrupt.
    There is critical insecurity and constant danger in the streets.
    A critical lack of medicine.
    The World’s highest Inflation Rate.

    A critical lack of basic goods and services.
    An ideological take-over leading to a Vene-Cuban form of enforced indentured state-dependency.
    Widespread media censorship.
    Constant repression of political opposition.
    THOUSANDS illegally jailed without trial.
    Daily torture and abuse of the Human Rights of the population.
    Why does Latin America remain silent?
    Why is Mercopress NOT reporting on the chaos in Venezuela?

    Jun 11th, 2014 - 10:43 pm - Link - Report abuse 0

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