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The dark side of outsourcing
National and international surveys, studies, and researches have shown that in Mexico, the rule of law is rarely enforced
The story behind International Workers' Day
International Workers' Day, also known as May Day, is commemorated on May 1 worldwide
Labor unions, a huge challenge
With the arrival of a leftist government, changes in the syndicate life are expected
Unionism without credibility
The once omnipotent CTM has lost its power, and now, there are voices who are looking to become new options to represent the workers
Factories in Matamoros losing USD $50 million a day amid strikes
The strikes have affected 45 factories since they began on Friday, said Luis Aguirre, president of a national board representing exporting manufacturers
At times welcoming, at times restrictive, immigration laws have helped shape the complexion of an increasingly diverse nation
The state-run oil company initially reported that three workers were injured but later raised the number.
Veracruz state Gov. Javier Duarte's Twitter account called the blast at the plant in the city of Coatzacoalcos a "strong explosion."
Rafael Gutiérrez, a 53-year-old farmworker, said the increase would let him treat his family to weekend dinners out and a short vacation to Disneyland from his home in Fresno County.
More than 3,000 workers have gone on strike over job cuts and stopped operations at the plant in Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán.