Argentina’s port strike has ended
The port and grain workers strike in Argentina has ended.
The country’s soy crushing companies and workers unions reached an agreement late Tuesday, ending the 20-day strike that left more than 150 grain ships stranded at the country’s ports.
The strike affected the operations of several international grain companies, including Cargill, Bunge and Louis Dreyfus. It also contributed to increases in U.S. commodity markets, especially for soybeans and soy products, and wheat as well.
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