Bolivia: Opposition lifts strike after repeal of anti-money laundering law

The bill that had been repealed by Parliament led to 9 days of protests.

RIO DE JANEIRO BRAZIL - Pro Santa Cruz Civic Committee chairman and one of the strike's main promoters Rómulo Calvo announced the suspension of the strike but warned that "the struggle must continue."

Activities progressively returned to normal in Bolivia after opposition sectors, traders and transport operators lifted a strike that lasted 9 days until the repeal of a controversial anti-money laundering law.

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