Subcontracting at Tampa Cargo Highlights Anti-Worker Climate in Colombia

July 29, 2013

The AFL-CIO, along with labor and human rights advocates from around the world, opposed the United States–Colombia Free Trade Agreement, arguing that Colombia was not an appropriate trade agreement partner because of its history of denying workers' rights. The recent subcontracting at Tampa Cargo illustrates how workers are underpaid while their freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining continues to be denied. 

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