U.S. lawmakers urge GM, Mexico to safeguard worker rights ahead of union vote

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Three U.S. lawmakers urge GM and Mexico to safeguard worker rights ahead of a union vote. The vote will be held next week of Mexican autoworkers at a pick-up truck plant in central Mexico. The United Auto Workers (UAW), which represents GM workers in the United States, has also called for tighter scrutiny.
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U.S. lawmakers urge GM, Mexico to safeguard worker rights ahead of union vote

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON -Three U.S. lawmakers on Friday urged General Motors and the Mexican government to safeguard worker rights ahead of a union vote next week of Mexican autoworkers at a pick-up truck plant in central Mexico. Representative Earl Blumenauer, who chairs a House Ways and Means subcommittee on trade, along with Representatives Bill Pascrell and Dan Kildee raised

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Financial Post

U.S. lawmakers urge GM, Mexico to safeguard worker rights ahead of union vote

WASHINGTON -- Three U.S. lawmakers on Friday urged General Motors and the Mexican government to safeguard worker rights ahead of a union vote next week of Mexican autoworkers at a pick-up truck plant in central Mexico. Read More

4 months ago·Canada
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U.S. lawmakers urge GM, Mexico to safeguard worker rights ahead of union vote

January 28, 2022By David Shepardson and Daina Beth SolomonWASHINGTON (Reuters) – Three U.S. lawmakers on Friday urged General Motors and the Mexican government to safeguard worker rights ahead of a union vote next week of Mexican autoworkers at a pick-up truck plant in central Mexico. Representative Earl Blumenauer, who chairs a House Ways and Means subcommittee on trade, along with Representatives Bill Pascrell and Dan Kildee raised concern…

4 months ago·San Diego, United States
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