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Re: Wal-Mart China Workers Form Union
Posted by: Don Greenlees 2006-07-31 09:06:47
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Workers at Wal-Mart Stores have formed their first trade union in China, following official demands that the world's biggest retailer allow organized labor in its stores in China, according to reports in the state media over the weekend. Wal-Mart has long battled to bar unions from its stores, in the United States in particular, but the government-controlled All-China Federation of Trade Unions, or ACFTU, has been campaigning aggressively to set up branches in the company's 60 outlets in China.

Re: Wal-Mart China Workers Form Union
Posted by: smoliar 2006-07-31 09:07:54 In reply to: Don Greenlees
How nice to see that there is still one place in the world where the workers can unite!
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