Case Spotlights How Corrupt Incumbent Unions and Complicit Management Can Taint USMCA-Required Collective Bargaining Agreement Validation Votes, Deny Worker Rights Washington, D.C. – Rethink Trade and
Washington, D.C. –Today, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) announced the successful resolution of the case it initiated regarding violations of workers’ USMCA-protected labor rights at
USMCA’s Second Anniversary: Wins for Workers Using Enhanced Labor Rules Show a Different Way on Trade is Possible, Now Biden Administration Must Build from New
Washington, D.C. – The Mexican government has agreed to investigate alleged violations of workers’ USMCA-protected labor rights at a Panasonic Automotive Systems de Mexico S.A.
USTR Asks Mexico to Probe Labor Rights Violations Using USMCA Rapid Response Mechanism in Response to Petition From Mexican Independent Union and Rethink Trade DOWNLOAD
By: Daniel Rangel, Rethink Trade Research Director We kicked off last month with the inspiring news of Tridonex workers’ win against one of the most