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Wal-Mart should not be let into India before it respects workers' rights, UNI writes to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Author: Union Network International, Published on: 27 May 2005

Letting Wal-Mart enter Indian retail trade could harm the government's efforts to promote economic integration, says UNI in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. An arrival of Wal-Mart could in fact confirm the fears that opening up the retail market could have negative repercussions on workers and local competitors, particularly small and medium sized enterprises. [also refers to Metro, Ahold, Carrefour, Tesco]

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