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[PDF] Appendices to Undue Influence: Corporations Gain Ground in Battle over China’s New Labor Law

Author: Global Labor Strategies, Published on: 1 March 2007

- "Appendix A: Voices from China" [includes comments by Chinese citizens on draft law]...
- "Appendix B: Corporate responses to Chinese Labor Law Controversy" [analyses responses to previous Global Labor Strategies report by Ericsson, General Electric, Google, Intel, Nike, Nokia, Procter & Gamble, PSA Peugeot-Citroën, Shell, Tesco; lists non-responding companies: AT&T, Carrefour, DuPont, Maersk (part of A.P. Moller - Maersk), Microsoft, Total, UPS, Wal-Mart, Walt Disney (which has since responded), ABB]...
- "Appendix C: October 31, 2006 Congressional Letter to President George Bush" [signed by 27 members of US Congress]...
- "Appendix D: United States-China Business Council Critique of GLS and GLS’s Reply"

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Related companies: A.P. Moller - Maersk Group ABB AT&T Carrefour Dell DuPont Ericsson Ford General Electric Google (part of Alphabet) Intel Maersk (part of A.P. Moller - Maersk) Microsoft Nike Nokia Procter & Gamble PSA Peugeot-Citroën Shell Tesco Total UPS Walmart Walt Disney