TITLE

Foreign Labor Briefs

PUB. DATE
November 1968
SOURCE
Monthly Labor Review;Nov68, Vol. 91 Issue 11, p56
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on news and developments in the international labor market, compiled for November 1968. Increase in the number of part-time employment in Western Europe; Union leaders' demand for increases in rights and benefits after the International Petroleum Co. (IPC) gave to the Fiscal Petroleum Enterprise (EPC), Peru's oil agency, possession of the La Brea and the Parinas oil fields in Piura; Success of several apprenticeship programs in West Germany, which provides training by steps or stages.
ACCESSION #
6006281

 

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