Argentine Workers' Central Union

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CTA
Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina (logo).png
Full nameArgentine Workers' Central Union
Native nameCentral de Trabajadores de la Argentina
Founded1991
Key peopleHugo Yasky, General Secretary
Office locationBuenos Aires, Argentina
CountryArgentina
Websitewww.cta.org.ar

The Argentine Workers' Central Union (Spanish: Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina, (CTA) is a trade-union federation in Argentina. Its general secretary is Hugo Yasky. It was formed in 1991 when a number of trade unions disaffiliated from the General Confederation of Labour (CGT). Though the CTA is a multi-tendency organization, it is led by unionists with a Social Christian and Peronist viewpoint. There are also Communist and Trotskyist minorities in the CTA.

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  • ICTUR; et al., eds. (2005). Trade Unions of the World 6th Ed. John Harper Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9543811-5-8.

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