Brazil's central bank faces 'weak' strike action

Workers vowed to paralyse Brazil's central bank and Finance Ministry during a strike of public workers on Tuesday. The action was described as "weak" with most employees going to offices as normal past handfuls of protestors who urged them to save their pension benefits. The central bank said 30 percent of its workers went on strike.

Source: Reuters

Brazilian public workers on Tuesday staged strikes to halt pension reforms proposed by President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva but the divided movement

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