The economic and socio-political context of labour relations and the trade union movement in Sri Lanka

G. Frerks, C. Weerackody

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    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDen Haag
    PublisherPeace Security and Development Network
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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    Frerks, G., & Weerackody, C. (2011). The economic and socio-political context of labour relations and the trade union movement in Sri Lanka. Den Haag: Peace Security and Development Network.
    Frerks, G. ; Weerackody, C. / The economic and socio-political context of labour relations and the trade union movement in Sri Lanka. Den Haag : Peace Security and Development Network, 2011.
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    Den Haag : Peace Security and Development Network, 2011.

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