Greek fuel supplies run dry as strike over harsh austerity measures bites | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Greek fuel supplies run dry as strike over harsh austerity measures bites

PETROL stations ran dry in Greece yesterday as a customs strike over government austerity measures began to bite.
Customs staff initially walked out for three days on Tuesday over salary freezes and cuts in bonuses.

But their union announced on Thursday three 48-hour rolling strikes that will keep customs offices shut until next Wednesday, when all workers are being asked to join a general strike.

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This could turn into a case study on how to handle the National Strike here in the US.

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