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文章
1 March 2007
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作者: Global Labor Strategies

Corporations operating in China are claiming success in pressuring the Chinese government to weaken or abandon significant pro-worker reforms it had proposed... Now both the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai (AmCham) and the US-China Business...

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21 December 2006
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作者: Tim Costello, Brendan Smith, Jeremy Brecher, in Foreign Policy in Focus

A major debate is underway in China on a proposed law that would grant new rights to Chinese workers. The debate has not been widely reported outside of China; until recently it has been almost entirely ignored by media in the United States. But when...

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26 October 2006
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作者: Intl. Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation

US and European multinationals have been accused of double standards for adopting codes of conduct requiring their suppliers behave ethically on the one hand, while on the other lobbying against China’s proposed new labour laws which, if implemented,...

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20 October 2006
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作者: European Union Chamber of Commerce in China

Although the European Chamber recognizes the importance of the new draft labour provisions, it is concerned that as long as the existing labour law is not duly implemented, labour-related challenges currently experienced in China will not be resolved...

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文章
13 October 2006
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作者: David Barboza, New York Times

China is planning to adopt a new law that seeks to crack down on sweatshops and protect workers’ rights by giving labor unions real power for the first time since it introduced market forces in the 1980’s. The move...is setting off a battle with...

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文章
1 October 2006
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作者: Global Labor Strategies

Las transnacionales con sede en los Estados...

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1 October 2006
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作者: Global Labor Strategies

US-based corporations are opposing legislation to give Chinese workers new labor rights. US-based global corporations like Wal-Mart, Google, UPS, Microsoft, Nike, AT&T, and Intel, acting through US business organizations like the American Chamber...

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材料
19 April 2006
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