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Portugal's fuel-tanker drivers call off strike to negotiate

Reuters Sunday, 18 August 2019
Portugal's fuel-tanker drivers voted on Sunday to call off an indefinite strike, with their union agreeing to negotiate with employers in government-brokered talks due on Tuesday.
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