Strike by Tunisian fuel workers leads to queues and empty pumps

Tarek Amara

TUNIS (Reuters) – Fuel distribution workers in Tunisia began a three-day strike on Thursday to demand higher wages, leading to long queues and empty pumps at petrol stations across the North African nation.

The government is facing rising public demands for more pay as price rise, with inflation at about 7 percent. It is also contending with pressure from international lenders to cut the public wage bill and other spending to shore up state finances.

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Source: reuters.com

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