Significant Decision in Labor Cases

October 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Oct68, Vol. 91 Issue 10, p58
Academic Journal
Reports on labor developments in Ghana, Brazil and Belgium as of October 1968. Establishment of an Incomes Commission in Ghana to act as the government's central advisory and coordinating body over wage policies for different economic sectors; Land grants to sugar workers in Brazil; Concern over the impact of mine and plant closings in Belgium.


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