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USTR: Administration to Proceed With Labor Enforcement Case Against Guatemala Under CAFTA

Others applaud development. Democrats — including Senate Finance Chairman Ron Wyden of Oregon, who pressed for the administration to go after Guatemala under CAFTA — praised the announcement. “Labor rights are a pillar of our nation’s trade policy, which makes today’s action so important,” Wyden said. Trumka called USTR’s decision “historic” and said violence against union activists and lack of decent work in the country have “contributed to the current crisis of unaccompanied minors arriving at our borders.”



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