Mexico’s senate approves labour bill
Mexico’s Senate has passed the most radical reform to the country’s labour law in four decades in a bid to increase flexibility in the labour market and boost employment in the formal sector, but lawyers in Mexico say that watered-down provisions governing union transparency may require further reforms within the first of half of incoming-president Enrique Peña Nieto’s elected term.
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