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INDONESIA: Labour reform will take time to bed in
The pandemic has sharpened questions about the role of South Africa's extensive social grants system in wider economic policy. In particular, emergency provisions have…
BANGLADESH: Enduring strikes could invite harder line
SOUTH AFRICA: Eskom will hang over Ramaphosa strategy
The students had gathered from universities around the country to take part in a month-long protest that began as a dispute over the right of factory workers to unionise.
GREECE: Reforming government still has popular support
A squeezed economic climate, growing challenges from rivals and uncertainty over its relationship with the ruling ANC present the federation’s leadership with an…
Pension reform in France.
COLOMBIA: National strike will galvanise opposition