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1 November 2001

Merton Company Limited [China] - Products: McDonalds, Disney, Hasbro, Mattel, Warner, Paramount, Franklin Mint and DC Comics Factory - Workers work 12.5 hours per day

Author: Li Qiang, China Labor Watch

There is no overtime pay...After all kinds of deductions, the average salary per hour is 13 cents. Many workers have to work 120 days consecutively before getting one day off...To fight for their rights, the workers have organized strikes, tried to...

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11 October 2001

Americas: highly dangerous for trade unionists

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11 October 2001

Americas: highly dangerous for trade unionists

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

"With 186 trade unionists dead or missing (90% of the world total) the American continent remains the most perilous in the world for trade unionists" said Bill Jordan, General Secretary of the ICFTU. In nearly 40% of the countries examined on the...

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11 October 2001
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Author: Confederación Internacional de Organizaciones Sindicales Libres

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11 October 2001
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Author: Confédération internationale des syndicats libres

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11 October 2001
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11 October 2001

Asia: the highest number of trade union rights violations

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

Asia: the highest number of trade union rights violations

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

Asia: the highest number of trade union rights violations

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11 October 2001
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Author: Confédération internationale des syndicats libres

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