By  on May 26, 2009

WASHINGTON — In the four years since the enactment of the Central American Free Trade Agreement, labor rights and worker protections in the region have not significantly improved, according to a report released Thursday.

The Washington Office on Latin America, a non-governmental organization, studied U.S.-funded programs in the region for three years and concluded that despite some advances, overall efforts have been insufficient to resolve the CAFTA countries’ historical labor issues.

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