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[Excerpt] This study describes the legal creation of an industry-wide, tripartite collective bargaining structure in the private sector of the Chilean textile industry. The former structure limited collective bargaining to employers and employees within the confines of a single plant. The reform established a central bargaining organism where representatives of employers, employees and the government negotiated a single labor agreement for the nation's entire private sector.


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Compa, L. (1973). Labor law and the legal way: Collective bargaining in the Chilean textile industry under the Unidad Popular (Yale Law School Program in Law and Modernization Working Paper No. 23). Retrieved [insert date] from Cornell University, ILR School site:

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