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· February, 2007

Stories about Labor from February, 2007

Iran:Remember fired bus drivers

Estonia: Migrant Workers

China: collective bargaining but no right to strike

Ukraine: Corruption (Cont'd)

A week ago, there were about 200 comments on Yuri Zushchik's post on corruption at the National Bank of Ukraine (including an irrelevant but lively discussion of IKEA – which...

China: new year trash

Israel: Anglosaxy's Job Trouble

Senegal: Poor Working Conditions for Workers at a Chinese Owned Factory

Myanmar: Exploitation of Burmese Workers

Malaysia: Sub-Contracting Woes

Brunei: Need A Good Tailor

Ukraine: Corruption

Ukrainian journalist Yuri Zushchik spent this Valentine's Day in the company of his wife and her close friend, Sveta, who is dating a “mid-level employee” of the National Bank of...

Syria: You Know You're an Engineer When..

South Korea: Korea US FTA Round 7

Arabisc: Jordanian MPs Having a Ball!

Jordanian blogger Batir Wardam doesn't mince his words when he says that Jordan's Members of Parliament are in for a great weekend. After all, for a few hours of work,...

China: The west is red

If you're still up in the air over what to do over the Chinese New Year holiday, or if you just happen to have a couple weeks off, you could...

The Balkans: Iraq Jobs

Hungary: Why Study English

Bahrain: First Woman Commercial Pilot

China: Disney sweatshop closed down

Argentina: “Recuperated Workplaces”

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