Brazil’s main oilworkers unions on Friday held a 24-hour strike as part of nationwide protests against the government of interim-President Michel Temer, attacking his oil policies and seeking the return of suspended President Dilma Rousseff.
The strike started just before midnight Thursday. Officials with the union, Sindipetro NF said there was almost no chance it would have an impact on operations at Petroleo Brasileiro SA , or Petrobras.
The union represents workers at Petrobras offshore oil fields responsible for the bulk of Brazilian output.
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