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CTU Rally re World Trade Organisation

Published: Fri 9 Nov 2001 11:19 AM
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CTU Rally re World Trade Organisation
Around the world today trade unions are rallying to oppose the effects of Globalisation. November 9th is the start date for the World Trade Organisation meeting in Qatar
CTU President will present the New Zealand unions position in Midland Park, Wellington at the start of a rally designed to illustrate the effect of the de-regulated global trading system it appears that the WTO is aiming to exacerbate.
Other groups also opposing the direction of the WTO will take the stage following the CTU.
Pat Bolster
Secretary
Wellington Affiliates Council
NZCTU
New Zealand Council of Trade Unions
Te Kauae Kaimahi
The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Te Kauae Kaimahi brings together over 350,000 New Zealand union members in 40 affiliated unions. We are the united voice for working people and their families in New Zealand.
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