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· August, 2006

Stories about Labor from August, 2006

South Korea: ILO Pusan

Poland: On Migrant Labor, Again

South Korea: media worker union

Serbia: Unemployment and Low Salaries

While Serbian citizens are preoccupied with bare survival, the country's media and politicians focus on the need to extradite individuals wanted by the Hague tribunal. A few days ago, Serbian...

Iran: One day salary for Lebanon!

Romania: Facing Same Bigotry as the Poles?

Poland: Emigration to Europe and Crime

Belarus: Blogosphere Digest

Trinidad & Tobago: CSME politics

Hungary, Poland: Crime Roundup

China: my future is not a dream

Belize: Hopkins Village

Iran: Photos & Released syndicate leader

Romania: Spain-Based Diaspora

Hong Kong: domestic helpers

China: Hooker unions, uniting bloggers and qualitative and quantitative data from the Chinese blogsphere

One stock narrative for MSM reports on China is the untabooing of sex since Mao died. Indeed, a trip to the countryside reveals unsettling numbers of STD treatment posters and...

Bhutan: testing English language skills

Poland: Britain's Fear of the “Polish Plumber”

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