Daily News January 12, 2015

EXCLUSIVE Argentina and Cuba: Union paradises Argentine trade unions are in the limelight these days as they have publicly contended president Mauricio Macri on his economic policies, which they consider harmful to the interests of the working class. They certainly have a say because unionized workers make close to 40 percent of all employees in the country. For its part, Cuba is number one in the world in our Union Density Index, which ranks countries by the proportion of unionized employees to total employees. Latin Trade reports. Santander and Canadian funds buying 391 Megawatts of Brazil wind Cubico joint venture seeking to expand in Latin America Banco Santander, Spain’s largest bank, and two Canadian pension funds acquired 392 megawatts of […]

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