Argentina: Farmers’ strike takes place in 12 cities

The blockade to the commercialization of grains and cattle is expected to last 24 hours; demonstrators protest against fuel shortage.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The paralysis of agricultural producers in Argentina affected the distribution of grains and cattle in 12 cities this Wednesday, July 13. The so-called Federal Day of Demand had the main movement in Gualeguaychú, a town in Entre Ríos province.

According to Clarín newspaper, the largest demonstration took place on the so-called "National Route 14", a road connecting the provinces of Entre Ríos and Misiones in the northeast . . .

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