WASHINGTON — Organized labor filed a first-of-its-kind complaint with the Department of Labor on Wednesday that it sees as a barometer of how effective the labor provisions are in free trade agreements.
The AFL-CIO petition was filed with the Office of Trade and Labor Affairs. It is the first one filed under the terms of the Central American Free Trade Agreement, which requires that member countries enforce their own labor laws.
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