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25 March 2002

China faces growing labor unrest

Author: Robert Marquand, Christian Science Monitor

Workers in Liaoyang are threatening to march again this week if protest leaders are not freed from jail.

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22 March 2002

China labour protest suspended

Author: BBC News

Chinese workers have suspended a labour protest in the city of Liaoyang in the country's economically depressed north-east. The decision was made in the hope that the authorities would deliver on a promise to release four detained labour leaders if the...

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21 March 2002

Beijing clamps down on labor unrest

Author: CNN

The Chinese leadership is targeting underground labor organizations, which are thought to be behind growing instances of industrial unrest over the last month.

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21 March 2002

China Cracks Down on Worker Protests: Leaders Detained As 2 Cities Face Continued Unrest

Author: John Pomfret, Washington Post

Chinese riot police smashed into a crowd of retreating protesters in a northern industrial city today and dragged off three more leaders of a nascent independent workers' movement.

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20 March 2002

China labour protest suspended

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20 March 2002

Sichuan Textile Workers Struck Against Arrests [China]

Author: China Labour Bulletin

...Eyewitnesses reported that several strikers were beaten up by the police at the picket line outside the factory, and about a dozen had been detained.

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19 March 2002

Int'l Labor Unionists Urge Seoul to Free Labor Leaders [South Korea]

Author: Heo Yun-seon, Korea Times

Twenty one labor leaders from international labor unions yesterday held a press conference in Seoul, calling on the government to free jailed labor leaders and guarantee labor union rights.

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18 March 2002

China police detain leader of protesting workers

Author: Reuters

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18 March 2002

Chinese labour protests spread

Author: BBC News

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18 March 2002

Industrial unrest spirals in rust belt of northeast China

Author: AFP

Workers from up to 10 ailing state-owned factories in Liaoyang city, Liaoning province, gathered Monday to voice grievances including unpaid wages or pensions, low severance pay, and alleged corruption. Police in the city have already arrested one of...

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