By  on January 2, 2019

MEXICO CITY — Honduras’ textile workers have welcomed a new five-year wage pact calling for a nearly 40 percent salary hike and a sharp boost in labor benefits, trade union officials said.

Their comments came as industry leaders said the troubled Central American nation — home to the greatest number of people making up the migrant caravan moving toward the U.S. — could potentially draw $300 million in new apparel manufacturing investments next year.

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