According to the ACC, nearly 90 percent of transport have stopped driving their vehicles in a peaceful protest, expressing their dissatisfaction with the oversupply of truck, high fuel costs and the fact companies don’t always pay the price for freight.According to ACC boss Jorge Ignacio Garcia, most traditional truckers are losing money. He accuses companies of using the transport sector for laundering money.The strike hasn’t led to any extraordinary traffic jams.The union has a meeting with Colombian President Monday to find a way out of the strike.
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