MEXICAN LABOR NEWS AND ANALYSIS
August 2010, Vol. 15, No. 7
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IN THIS ISSUE:
* Alert: Renewed Aggression Against Bankworkers Union, SUNTBANOBRAS
* Victory for workers! Agreement reached at Johnson Controls
* Workers at General Tire Overwhelmingly Beat Back Charro Take-Over
* SME Leadership Analyses Situation; Plans Major Mobilization September 15, Additional Steps
* Calderón’s Drug War Fails; Deaths, Costs Mount; Dangers Loom
* Mexican Miners Win Important Victory at Cananea
*Grupo Mexico and Mexican Labor Secretary Defy Court Order
*Steel Workers Send Observers to Mexican Mine
* Press Release from the Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores Mineros, Metalúrgicos, Siderúrgicos y Similares de la Republica Mexicana
*Unions Divided as New Investors Acquire Mexicana
*No Progress in U.S.-Mexico Truck Dispute; Mexico To Raise Tariffs
*Oil Workers at Sea Without a Safety Net
*Labor Law Reform Debated in the Mexican Congress