Foreign Labor Briefs

October 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Oct68, Vol. 91 Issue 10, p57
Academic Journal
Presents news briefs pertaining to labor developments in different countries as of October 1968. Laws enacted in Yugoslavia to resolve unemployment; Decline in work permits in the member states of the European Economic Community; Data on immigration from Commonwealth countries to England and Wales between July 1962 and the end f 1967.


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