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Petrobras CEO resigns after crippling truckers' strike

Oil industry workers demonstrate on the first day of a nationwide strike against high fuel and cooking gas costs and demanding the resignation of Petrobras' CEO Pedro Parente, at the Oil Refinery Complex (REDUC) in Duque de Caxias municipality in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 30, 2018. Brazilian oil sector workers began a three-day strike on Wednesday in at least eight refineries, as the country reeled from a truckers' protest. The strike went ahead despite a court ruling that it was illegal a

 

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