Brazil truckers' strike still roiling logistics, increasing shipper costs

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JOC › Maritime NewsBrazil truckers’ strike still roiling logistics, increasing shipper costsRob Ward, Special Correspondent | Aug 31, 2018 1:16PM EDT

Decades of truck-oriented Brasilia administrations and a bias against rail created a vulnerable trade transport system. The spring truckers’ strike exposed it, and months later trade logistics has yet to recover.

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