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8 July 2014
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"白领或成中国工运推动力量", 2014年07月03日...

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30 November 2009

In a closet darkly: why disclosure lies beyond corporate assurances [India]

Author: Jacob P. Koshy, Live Mint [India]

Last month, India’s labour ministry came out with a national policy on HIV/AIDS…Several companies, including Gujarat Ambuja Exports Ltd, Apollo Tyres Ltd, Crompton Greaves Ltd, SRF Ltd, Ballarpur Industries Ltd, PepsiCo Inc., Hindustan Unilever Ltd...

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24 July 2007

India’s Private Sector to Gain from Supporting Fight against HIV and AIDS: World Bank Report

Author: World Bank

India’s private sector stands to gain much from supporting interventions aimed at preventing HIV both at the workplace and in local communities…Businesses bring critical advantages in ensuring prevention and control of HIV and AIDS, including...

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1 December 2006

India, Inc's. new virus: AIDS

Author: Gireesh Chandra Prasad, The Economic Times [India]

...Corporate India is rolling up its sleeves to join in on the fight against HIV...Large Indian corporates including Associated Cements [ACC Limited], Ashok Leyland, Godrej & Boyce, and Ballarpur Industries have already taken the lead under the...

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9 August 2006

In India, Call Centers Warn Young Workers About HIV Risk

Author: Peter Wonacott & Marilyn Chase, Wall Street Journal

As India grapples with a growing AIDS problem, activists and industry executives have identified the country's 1.3 million call center and outsourcing workers as a surprising new risk group, alongside truckers, migrant workers and prostitutes...some...

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24 September 2005

AIDS! What's your company doing? [India]

Author: Sangeeta Singh, rediff.com

...there is little corporate preparedness [in India] for it [HIV/AIDS] so, today, should you discover that a colleague has picked up the debilitating virus, chances are he or she will be fired under some pretext...On the positive side, there's...

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