Foreign Labor Briefs

September 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Sep66, Vol. 89 Issue 9, p1000
Academic Journal
Presents news briefs of relevance to labor relations compiled as of September 1966. Arab states' formation of a lobbying committee at the International Labor Organization's 1966 Conference in Geneva, Switzerland; Increase in the maximum severance pay of workers in Argentina; Ontario Supreme Court's issuance of a decision distinguishing legal and illegal picketing.


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