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International labour's Y2K problem : a debate, a discussion and a dialogue - (a contribution to the ILO/ICFTU conference on organised labour in the 21st century) / Peter Waterman
Bib ID 2474012
Format BookBook
Author
Waterman, Peter
 
Description The Hague, Netherlands : Institute of Social Studies, 1999 
66 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Working papers series (Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)) ; no. 306.

Notes

"November 1999."

Includes bibliographical references (p. 57-64).

Subjects International Labour Organisation.  |  International labor activities.
Other authors/contributors Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)
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International labour's year 2000 problem

International labour's year two thousand problem

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