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Mexican labor lawyer Susana Prieto taken into custody pending trial on riot charges
The ruling came as demonstrations continued in Matamoros and Mexico City demanding the release of Susana Prieto
Susana Prieto, a labor lawyer and activist, was arrested in Matamoros, Tamaulipas
Prieto claims that officials Chihuahua and Tamaulipas are persecuting her for her activism 
COVID-19: Mexico’s  federal government temporarily suspends its activities
In recent days, the Mexican government has implemented more strict measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Mexican trade union suspends strike threat at Home Depot
Home Depot has about 6,200 workers under the union’s contracts out of a total of 16,000 Home Depot employees across 125 stores in Mexico
Under USMCA, Mexican trade union threatens strike at Home Depot
CROC has accused Home Depot of blocking union activity and threatened strikes next week if the U.S. chain does not improve pay and benefits for workers
USMCA: Mexico was blindsided by labor enforcement provision proposed by the U.S. Congress
The language used in the U.S. bill would allow the U.S. to deploy up to 5 full-time diplomats to Mexico
Wave of strikes a turning point for Mexican workers
There have been 28 work stoppages and eight strikes in 14 Mexican states so far this year
Bottling company closes plant in Matamoros
Coca-Cola's second largest bottler in Latin America has announced the shutdown of its Matamoros plant following strikes