Confederación Sindical de los Trabajadores de América Latina (CSTAL)
Trade Union Confederation of Latin American Workers
Confédération syndicale des travailleurs d'Amérique latine
1962, Santiago (Chile), following a proposal to set up a Latin American Trade Union Confederation -- Confederación Unica de Trabajadores de América Latina (CUTAL). Successor, with Permanent Congress of Trade Union Unity of Latin American Workers (CPUSTAL), to Confederation of Latin American Workers (CTAL), set up 1938, Mexico City (Mexico), during an Inter-American trade union congress, and which ceased to function in 1961. No recent activity reported.Available with paid subscription only.
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