General Confederation of Labour

General Confederation of Labour or General Confederation of Labour can mean one of the following labor unions:

* Italian General Confederation of Labour (CGIL)
* Central General de Trabajadores (Dominican Republic), a trade union in the Dominican Republic
* Central General de Trabajadores (Honduras), a trade union in Honduras
* General Confederation of Labour (Argentina) (CGT)
* General Confederation of Workers (Mexico) (Confederación General de Trabajadores), a Mexican trade union
* General Confederation of Workers (Puerto Rico) (CGT)
* Confederacion General del Trabajo de España, (CGT) a Spanish anarchosyndicalist trade union
* Confédération Générale du Travail, (CGT) one of the largest French confederations of trade unions
* Confederación General del Trabajo de la República Argentina, the national trade union center of Argentina
* Confederação Geral dos Trabalhadores, a Brazilian trade union
* General Confederation of Labour (Portugal), a Portuguese trade union
* Vietnam General Confederation of Labour, a Vietnamese trade union


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