Foreign Labor Briefs

July 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Jul74, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p59
Academic Journal
Reports on developments in the international labor market as of July 1974. Efforts of the South African government to improve work conditions for black workers; Comparative study between productivity and labor costs between 1972 and 1973; Cost-of-living indexes for Americans living abroad.


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