As U.S. Promotes TPP as a Way to Improve Labor Standards, Guatemala Shows Failed Promises of Previous Trade Deals
Murder is a constant threat for workers who organize unions in Guatemala. Since 2007, more than 70 labor activists have been killed, according to the nonprofit Solidarity Center, which is affiliated with the AFL-CIO. Kidnappings, break-ins and death threats are fairly common as well. Republished by MSN News: “Guatemala And The Failure Of Free Trade," November 6, 2015
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