Foreign Labor Briefs

December 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Dec68, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p46
Academic Journal
Presents news items related to the labor sector compiled as of December 1968. Trade unions' rejection of the proposed compulsory income control by the British government; Wage and price control legislation in Uruguay.


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