The Council of the International Confederation of Christian Trade Unions, at its recent meeting in Luxemburg, deplored the fact that the prospects for the adoption of the 40-hour week were poor. A large number of governments and employers, while opposing its adoption as a means of reabsorbing the unemployed, are unable to suggest alternative means of solving the unemployment problem.
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Organisations: International Confederation of Christian Trade Unions
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