Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

Mexico Work Stoppage Deadline Set for Dec. 15

December 03, 1987|From Reuters

MEXICO CITY — A labor leader has set a Dec. 15 deadline for a nationwide work stoppage after talks between government officials and Mexico's top business and labor bosses failed to reach agreement on emergency wage increases.

Fidel Velazquez, the 87-year-old president of the Confederation of Mexican Workers, the country's leading labor organization, set the deadline late Tuesday after government and business leaders refused to bow to the union's demands for a 46% wage boost.

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Articles
|
|
|