Rio 2016 Workers end strike
Rio 2016 Workers end strike but concerns over delivery dates remain.
Employees in the primary location for the 2016 Olympics have finished a two-week strike that could resume if pay talks prove ineffective.
The hit was another caution to Brazilian coordinators who’re under great pressure in the International Olympic Committee to accelerate preparations for the Activities, even though unions and also the building consortium accountable for the task said shipping times will not be compromised by the stoppage for that Olympic Park.
Perform to wash up serious pollution in Guanabara Bay, the sailing area, encounters questions and delays about water quality having a check function set for August, although building about the Deodoro complex has yet to start.