Mexico's Senate yesterday passed a major labor-market reform bill that makes it easier to hire...


Mexico's Senate yesterday passed a major labor-market reform bill that makes it easier to hire and fire staff, and shorten labor disputes. The government hopes the measures will create up to 400,000 jobs a year and cut the number of workers in the black market, which is estimated to cost Mexico as much as $15B in lost taxes each year. Major U.S.-listed firms that could be affected include American Movil (AMX) and Cemex (CX).
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