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Levin: Improving Workers' Rights in Mexico Key to Improving NAFTA

Levin: Improving Workers' Rights in Mexico Key to Improving NAFTA In a new essay for the Financial Times, Rep. Sandy Levin (D-Mich.) describes dismal working conditions in Mexico and argues that improving the rights of Mexico's working people to join together in union is a key way to improve the North American Free Trade Agreement. An excerpt: After delaying labor reform for two decades, Mexico put a constitutional amendment on fast track, allowing workers to vote for officers and to ratify contracts.
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