Mexico voices “disquiet” over US farm and meat packing labor practices

Mexico has voiced its disquiet in a 12 May letter sent to US Labor Secretary Marty Walsh over alleged failures to enforce labor laws in the US agriculture and meat packing industries.
calendar icon 14 May 2021
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Reuters reports that the Mexican letter followed a United States Trade Representative request earlier on Wednesday 12 May for a review of alleged labor violations at a General Motors Co factory in Mexico under enforcement powers contained in a new trade agreement.

Mexico has proposed a "space for cooperation" under the United States-Mexico-Canada agreement (USMCA) to discuss its concerns about alleged abuses of Mexican migrant workers including delayed pay and restrictions on union organizing.

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