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Trade and labour protection

can the two be made to work together? : selected papers from the XXXIXth Annual CIRA Conference, a joint conference with the International Industrial Relations Association 4th Regional Congress of the Americas

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        StatementACRI, CIRA
        PublishersACRI, CIRA
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        LC Classifications2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 78 p. :
        Number of Pages77
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        ISBN 102763780318
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Workers’ Rights: Labor standards and global trade

On May 18, 2000, the President signed into law the Trade and Development Act TDA. As productivity improves, so too will the bargaining position and wages of industrial workers. Even in the developing world, the better-off countries are more likely than the poorest to conform to ILO labor standards. and European farmers, cost third-world countries more in lost trade than they get in foreign aid. In addition to monitoring and reporting functions within the interagency, DOL-ILAB engages directly with foreign governments and stakeholders in beneficiary countries to advocate for improved labor practices.

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