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  • In May 2007, representatives of auto unions from eight countries meeting at the UAW headquarters in Detroit agreed to form an ad hoc global auto sector organizing working group to share information on companies and union densities, develop strategic organizing targets and coordinate solidarity. UAW organizing director Terry Thurman expressed the UAW's eagerness to "move beyond symbolic gestures of solidarity and develop joint strategies to combat the global assault on workers' rights. The AFL-CIO will host a "Global Organizing Summit" at the National Labor College on December 10 to 11, 2007, "to discuss global strategies to help workers join unions." CWA President Larry Cohen, who chairs the AFL-CIO Organizing Committee, points out that the workers' right to organize and bargain "is an...

    ... Committee of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Unions hout the world are worried about declining union membership in ...

  • A loose-knit coalition of labor unions, Democratic politicians and trade advocacy groups want the U.S. government to file trade cases against China regarding its auto parts exports. As the White House prepares for the Valentine's Day visit to Washington by the man who is expected to run China for the coming decade, growing trade friction could result in more disputes in one of the world's largest economic relationships.

  • The world has changed in big ways since Ohio enacted a public employees collective bargaining law in 1983, and overall that change has not been good for labor unions in Ohio and across the U.S. One constant remains: The strength of unions depends on the economic law of supply and demand.

  • ... alternately emphasized the importance of economic and non-economic matters. In theory, the issues ... regulations protective of labor allowed unions to amass enormous economic power, many state ... to disclosure of information to the outside world, i.e., the right of individuals to determine ...

  • ... to federal taxation despite a possible economic burden on the State. . In finally overruling ..., a state unitary-tax scheme that used a worldwide-combined reporting formula was upheld as applied ... state statute requiring business agents of unions operating in the State to file annual reports and ...

  • EPA and NHTSA, on behalf of the Department of Transportation, are issuing final rules to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel economy for light-duty vehicles for model years 2017 and beyond. On May 21, 2010, President Obama issued a Presidential Memorandum requesting that NHTSA and EPA develop through notice and comment rulemaking a coordinated National Program to improve fuel economy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions of light-duty vehicles for model years 2017-2025, building on the success of the first phase of the National Program for these vehicles for model years 2012-2016. This final rule, consistent with the President's request, responds to the country's critical need to address global climate change and to reduce oil consumption. NHTSA is finalizing Corporat...

    ... 4. How did the agencies consider real-world limits when defining the rate at which ... E. Joint Economic and Other Assumptions. F. CO2 Credits and ... regulated industry, consumer groups, labor unions, states, environmental organizations, national ...

  • ... "injury in fact" to some interest, "economic or otherwise," that is arguably within the zone ... Congress meant no more than that labor unions could be suable in law or equity, in distinction ... single country only, but of the commercial world. Nun erit alia lex Romae, alia Athenis; alia ...

  • ... societal discrimination in education and economic opportunities as well as both black and white ... of blacks from skilled construction trade unions and training programs. This past discrimination ... to interned Japanese-Americans during World War II). Thus, it would have been consistent with ...

  • ... from a secular, regulatory piece of economic legislation. Sherbert was disqualified from ... on speech and press in the period following World War I. Thus, in 1907, Justice Holmes could ... certain people from being officers of unions, and because Congress could reasonably conclude ...

  • CANBERRA, Australia - Qantas Airways grounded its global fleet Saturday, suddenly locking out striking workers after weeks of flight disruptions an executive said could close down the world's 10th largest airline piece by piece. The Australian government called for an emergency arbitration hearing, which was adjourned early this morning after hearing evidence from the unions and airline. It will resume this afternoon when the government will argue that the airline be ordered to fly in Australia's economic interests.

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