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World’s poor see few job benefits from trade boom | 12-October-2009

The boom in global trade over the last two decades has not improved the quality of most jobs in poorer countries, the World Trade Organisation and United Nations labour agency (ILO) said on Monday.


Un chômeur sur deux est victime de la naïveté libre-échangiste de l’UE | 25-June-2009

Alors qu’avant la crise le taux de chômage en France était de 8,3%, l’effet net du libre-échange représenterait ainsi au moins la moitié de ce taux (4% à 4,5% de la population active).


Striking a proper match: Strategies to link trade agreements and real labor rights improvements | 8-June-2009

This article makes recommendations for a template for linking trade and labor rights.


EU policies deepen jobs crisis | 14-May-2009

European free trade policies will continue to drive up job losses in the European Union and worldwide, said a British social justice group following an European Union summit to address the economic crisis’ impact on employment.


Trading away our jobs | 13-April-2009

War on Want’s latest report, ’Trading Away Our Jobs: How free trade threatens employment around the world’, investigates the impact of free trade agreements on jobs.


Free trade, jobs and democracy — a look at Singapore | 18-February-2009

Given the evaporation of 533,000 American jobs last November, the largest downturn in thirty-four years and the prospects for even greater losses, it is vital that we have a public discourse on the cost of free trade and its twin — runaway corporations.


Swiss say big yes to EU labour | 8-February-2009

The Swiss shook off right-wing fears over job losses on Sunday, voting resoundingly to prolong an EU free labour agreement and extending the policy to workers from bloc newcomers Bulgaria and Romania.


Bush deals last-minute insults to workers’ rights | 29-January-2009

In Bush’s final hours in office, he implemented a trade agreement with Peru despite calls by Congress, unions, environmental and human rights groups to delay action to ensure that Peru’s laws meet its commitments before the agreement enters into force. At the same time, the Bush Labor Department’s Office of Trade & Labor Affairs rejected a petition, the first of its kind, under the labor provisions of the Central America Free Trade Act (CAFTA).


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