Foreign Labor Briefs

April 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Apr69, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p63
Academic Journal
Reports on news briefs on the status of labor relations in various countries as of April 1969. Competition for foreign investment in Belgium; Near depletion of the Redundancy Fund that provides severance pay to workers in Great Britain; Wage rate increase in the building and building materials industries in the USSR; Adoption of a revised cost-of-living index in Spain.


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