Brazil Reaches a Pact in Truck Strike, but Big Union Rejects It

Walkout over diesel-fuel prices disrupts weak economic recovery; Petrobras shares take a hit

SÃO PAULO—Brazil’s government said Thursday evening it had reached an agreement with several truckers unions to suspend a four-day strike that has disrupted the economy and left many businesses without vital supplies, but one of the country’s biggest drivers groups said it would continue the work stoppage.


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