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11 October 2001
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From fierce repression to restrictive legal barriers...the ICFTU reports on 33 Asian countries where trade union rights are violated, eight more than last year. Brutality, harassment, imprisonment, detention, arrest...according to the Survey, there...

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Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

From fierce repression to restrictive legal barriers...the ICFTU reports on 33 Asian countries where trade union rights are violated, eight more than last year. Brutality, harassment, imprisonment, detention, arrest...according to the Survey, there...

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11 October 2001
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Author: Confédération internationale des syndicats libres

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11 October 2001

Li Wangyang Gets More of the Same: Veteran Trade Unionist Sentenced to Ten Years [China]

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Despite imminent improvements to China's Trade Union Law, rumours of the right to strike being given legal status, China's ratification of the International Convenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the All China Federation of Trade Union...

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11 October 2001

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Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Between total bans or tight controls on their activities, the independent trade unions are virtually non-existent. Strikes are banned, there is no collective bargaining, migrant workers are exploited and persecuted - such is the gloomy picture painted...

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11 October 2001

Middle East: Workers denied the most fundamental trade union rights

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