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Title: A report to the AITUC Working Committee, April 24-25, 1995 (as finally adopted)
Authors: Bardhan, Ardhendu Bhushan
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: All-India Trade Union Congress
Abstract: Includes a rundown of the recent national and international situation, especially failure of Indian economy after 4 years of new policies; who is gaining and who is losing from new policies; AITUC position; West Bengal industrial policy; the AITUC-ILO workshop; Struggle against privatisation incl. Enron; Productivity and service; Wage negotiations; Women and child labour; Industrial ‘sickness’; Employment; Drive to organise the unorganised sections; Trade union unity; Jubilee year; Finances; Trade union record; International tasks.
URI: Delhi
metadata.dc.pages: 1-30
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