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· January, 2007

Stories about Labor from January, 2007

Poland: Clothing for the Pope vs G-Strings

China: Out of Libya

It‘s [zh] since been disabled, but there was one especially eye-catching post on Tianya, one of China's most widely-read bbs forum sites last month. ‘Save us!’ it read. ‘We've been...

South Korea: alternative fashion show

Iran:Bus Drivers under Pressure

Ghana: It's Harmattan again, Re-denomination of Ghanian Currency Looms Large, Why the Ghanian Worker Wants to Leave, and 82 Steps to Renew a Visa

Ghana is currently experiencing a harmattan, and this state of play evidently does not escape the comment of Leanne, of An American in Africa, who explains how the harmattan, which...

Senegal: Flooded by Chinese Products

Cambodia: Paying Fair Wages

Europe: Migration

South Korea: labour movement

Japan: white collar exemption

Slovenia: Public Holidays

Guadeloupe: No Correlation Between Earthquake and Smooth Abolition of Slavery

Cambodia: Life of a Child Vendor

Guinea: unlimited national strike

Malaysia: North Korean Workers Found Dead

Anguilla: What's wrong with the public service

Barbados: Caribbean Direct Recruitment Scheme

Europe: Migration

Ukraine: Thoughts on Staying and Leaving

LJ user chio – of Simferopol, Crimea – writes (RUS): On life A friend came for a visit recently – he had emigrated to New Zealand some five years ago...

China: Teacher strike

Teachers in Huadu, an outlying suburb of Southern China metropolis Guangzhou went on strike yesterday in front of the local district government building yesterday, calling for higher wages. A thorough...

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