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Work Stoppage Ends at Mediterranean Factory in Jordan

Author: National Labor Committee [USA], Published on: 10 September 2008

In a sign of good faith, the foreign guest workers at the Mediterranean factory in Jordan ended their work stoppage today and returned to the plant. They did so based on a guarantee from the factory owner that he would respond to the workers demands seriously and “with sympathy”…

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