Updated 4:57 am CDT, Thursday, April 18, 2019 LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal’s government says truckers have called off a strike over pay and working conditions that caused hundreds of gas stations across the country to run dry. Infrastructure Minister Pedro Nuno Santos told a news conference Thursday that truckers ended their walkout after their employers agreed to start new talks later this month. Santos says replenishing gas stations will take some time, however, and gas will not become immediately available in all areas. The truckers want higher pay and shorter working hours.
- Subsidiary of Seguin-based Alamo Group ends strike
- The Latest: Arizona teachers to end strike if plan passes
- China joins other nations with plan to end sales of gas and diesel cars
- Acer Liquid beats sales expectations; causes supply shortage
- Verizon employees end strike after reaching new contract deal with Big Red
- Comments for : Verizon employees end strike, but don't have a deal yet
- Verizon employees end strike, but don't have a deal yet
- Comments for : Acer Liquid beats sales expectations; causes supply shortage
- Chipmakers seek solution to neon gas supply shortage
- Lake Kivu’s Great Gas Gamble
Portuguese truckers end strike that caused gas shortages have 190 words, post on www.chron.com at April 18, 2019. This is cached page on Law Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.