Brazil’s president cuts diesel prices in an effort to bring striking lorry drivers off the picket line. File Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI May 29 (UPI) — The price of diesel in Brazil will be reduced for the next 60 days in an effort to bring striking truck drivers back to work, the nation’s president said. Lorry drivers have protested higher fuel prices for much of the month. Late Sunday, Brazilian President Michel Temer tabled a proposal to cut prices for 60 days and suspend some highway tolls in an effort to appease the striking workers. “We have advanced in the implementation of many measures, in view of the need for the movement to end the standstill,” he said in a statement . “We spent this week focused on meeting the demands of the truck drivers and worried about every Brazilian and Brazilian who faced difficulties these day Temer’s remedies […]