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14 May 2002
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الكاتب: UN Wire

The Philippines, one of four countries selected for the initial three-year phase of the International Labor Organization's Action Program for Decent Work, signed an agreement yesterday in Manila with the ILO and employers' and workers' groups to launch...

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7 May 2002
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الكاتب: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Although CalPERS may reverse its decision to divest from the Philippines, the question of how divestment will affect other emerging markets remains unanswered [refers to Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines & Thailand]

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25 April 2002
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الكاتب: Marwaan Macan-Markar, Inter Press Service

East Asia's farmers, fishermen and women workers are being shortchanged by trade policies that offer few real opportunities to get out of poverty, activists with the international development agency Oxfam here say [includes reference to rice farmers in...

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18 April 2002
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17 April 2002
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16 April 2002
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15 April 2002
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الكاتب: International Brotherhood of Teamsters

Global Entourage of Coca-Cola Union Workers Visit Campus to Share Stories - Coca-Cola workers from Colombia, Guatemala, the Philippines, Zimbabwe and the U.S. visited Harvard today to share their stories of kidnapping, torture and harassment of trade...

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15 April 2002
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1 March 2002
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الكاتب: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

California's public pension fund withdrew its equity from four emerging countries [Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines & Thailand] in response to a review that considered social and financial factors equally.

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25 February 2002
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الكاتب: Le Monde

La décision de Calpers, le plus grand fonds de pension américain, annoncée jeudi 21 février, de cesser d'investir dans quatre pays de l'Asie du Sud-Est (Thaïlande, Indonésie, Malaisie et Philippines) a jeté un froid sur les marchés.

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