Brazil: Bus drivers strike in São Paulo City ends

The municipal bus line strike ended at 3:20 PM after a deal between the parties, according to the Municipality of São Paulo.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the City Hall, the bus strike has ended in São Paulo City. The strike ended on Tuesday, June 14, at 3:20 PM after a deal between the parties.

The employer's union, represented by SPUrbanuss, accepted the demands of the Union of Drivers and Workers in Urban Road Transport of São Paulo (Sindmotoristas), an entity ahead of the drivers and collectors.

The strike began early this morning, affecting . . .

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