Three Years After Colombia Deal, Workers Still Face Violence, Impunity and Unfair Working Conditions

May 15, 2015

Three years ago today, the U.S.–Colombia Free Trade Agreement entered into force. At the time, many of the same promises that are being thrown around in the Fast Track debate also were being discussed in terms of Colombia—that the trade agreement would promote better labor conditions and create good jobs.

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