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Strike at Argentine ports ends after vaccination deal, unions say

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A strike that lasted nearly a day and affected grain shipments from Argentina came to an end late Wednesday, May 26, after labor unions said they had reached an agreement granting their workers priority for Covid-19 vaccination.

Port workers held a 48-hour strike last week due to lack of vaccine access. The strike was back on Wednesday, paralyzing ships at the third largest global exporter of . . .

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