ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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UTTARAKHAND- Anti- Alcohol Movement

FTZs are above all an attack on the potential collective strength and bargaining power of workers be they men or women.
The workshop on Multinational Strategies looked at the games played by the International Boss and concluded that workers in the West must learn from workers in the Third World and acquire an international consciousness Examples emerged of how industrial units are closed down in the rich nations because of trade union strength and labour costs, and relocated in countries where both these 'disadvantages' are easily overcome. "The management technique of 'if you don't like it we'll move our operations elsewhere' has since the mid-1970s been aided and abetted by governments." In the process the exploitation of an 80 per cent female workforce in these 'relocated' units is not just condoned but assisted.

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