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  • Mexico‚Äôs Labor Movement in Transition - Monthly Review article discusses the historical strong government influence on unions, as well as emerging independent labor groups. (June 01, 2005)
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  • The State of Working in Mexico - Labor and market statistics, with analysis, concerning employment, training, and changes in the economy. (January 01, 2003)
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  • The Struggle for Worker Rights in Mexico - The Solidarity Center report reviews the history of labor rights in Mexico, considers the impact of NAFTA, focuses on issues such as child labor and workplace discrimination, and presents cases studies. [PDF] (January 01, 2003)
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  • Mexico's Labor Law and Labor Unions in the 1990s - Academic journal article studies the labor market's non-adjustment to changing conditions in the 1980s and 1990s, noting the broad union membership in the country and the government's ability to flexibly interpret labor laws. [PDF] (November 01, 2002)
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