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Mexican Labor News & Analysis
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Add links to the latest MLNA news to your web site

Copy this simple code into your web page, and it will display the latest headlines from Mexican Labor News & Analysis. They'll be updated whenever a new edition of MLNA is posted on the UE International web site.

Copy and paste this within the body of the HTML code of your page:

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Feel free to change the color and size of the font to fit into your format.

Or: Display MLNA headlines with an RSS reader

RSS feed logo Click on the "RSS" button to the left to get an RSS feed that will import the latest headlines into your news reader.

What is an RSS news reader?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a format to distribute timely news. Any RSS reader will display RSS feeds from whatever sources you choose, either on the web or on your desktop, and most readers are free. The reader shows the latest headlines from each source, with links to the articles, and it's automatically updated every time your news source is updated.

So when we update Mexican Labor News & Analysis, you automatically see a new group of headlines. MLNA feeds include up to 10 headlines, with links back to to read each article. If you choose to include "descriptions," the reader will also show a few lines from the beginning of each article.

How to get a reader to view RSS headlines

The Reader is a program you can download or use online.

The readers that are probably easiest to use are free and Web-based. For example, My Yahoo! users can now add RSS feeds directly to their personal pages, and so can Google users. Some email programs now also offer an option to view RSS feeds.

A downloaded news reader will display the headlines and links to articles on your desktop. Or you can incorporate a reader into your web site. After installing a news reader, add this feed from our Web site by clicking on the "RSS" button above.

New and better readers are constantly being developed. To find a reader you like, search the web or try download sites like C|Net's


Arturo Silva Doray


"The relationship that we've had with international organizations
-- thanks to ties with UE   --  is hugely important.

"After each international meeting, we feel more and more encouraged by the knowledge that we're backed by outside organizations as strong as the UE."

-- Arturo Silva Doray
General secretary of municipal workers union in Juarez, Mexico
& of Federation of Municipal Workers for Chihuahua, Mexico

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