3 edition of The workers" and trade union movement in the developing countries of South and South-east Asia found in the catalog.
The workers" and trade union movement in the developing countries of South and South-east Asia
NataliiНЎa G. Karpuzova
by Georgi Dimitrov Research Institute for Trade Union Studies at the Central Council of the Bulgarian Trade Unions in Sofia
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HD6805.3 .K37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||79318730|
Stitches to Riches is motivated by South Asia's urgent need to create more and better jobs for a growing population. This book investigates the region's potential for expanding and improving jobs in the labor-intensive apparel sector. It estimates the effects of rising wages in China on apparel exports, employment, and wages in South Asia, and provides policy . developing countries and emerging market economies, far more than the participation of men. In the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia, less than 40% of women aged 25 and older participate in the labor force (Figure 1). However, participation rates have increased in.
The book, 'How Asia Works' narrates the story of how the three North East Asian nations (Japan, South Korea, Taiwan) and now China have effectively employed those economic policies to attain prosperity while the South East Asian nations (Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand) doing the same but ineffectively, s: gence of new, independent trade unions. In a number of countries, trade unions played a de-cisive in the removal of autocratic regimes. Although their power to influence wages and working conditions and to defend workers has suffered enormously and tends to be quite weak nowadays, it would be wrong to write-off Afri-can trade union.
D uring the course of this month civil society organisations and social movements worldwide on other developing countries. EU trade with South Korea, Asean (10 South-East Asia. Southeast Asia was under Indian sphere of cultural influence starting around BC until around the 15th century, when Hindu-Buddhist influence was absorbed by local politics. Kingdoms in the south east coast of the Indian Subcontinent had established trade, cultural and political relations with Southeast Asian kingdoms in Burma, Thailand, Indonesia, Malay Peninsula, Philippines, .
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The organizations listed in the worldwide section are industry/sectoral-specific (i.e. the GUFs) and international organizations representing national trade.
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The book emphasizes that South Asia, which is in the midst of a demographic transition, is well suited to leverage the labor-intensive apparel manufacturing sector.
"As one of the most prominent labor-intensive industries in developing countries, apparel manufacturing is a prime contender to create good jobs for development. The Crises of Democracy in South Asia South Asian development is in a stage of crisis. Economically, most South Asian countries are increasingly dependent on the global market.
International politico-economic processes, corrupt political. If the trade union movement is to remain relevant and effective in the future, we must become successful at organizing the growing numbers of white-collar workers.
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South-East Asia Manila, Philippines +63 2 One of the main areas of focus is supporting sustainable economic and trade integration in ASEAN, aimed to promote inclusive economic growth, job creation and enhancing trade in a way that benefits sustainable development. This includes areas such as facilitating trade, cooperation in road transport, civil aviation, intellectual property rights.
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