Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Strike - just a note

Not about criminal law (well unless going on strike is criminal, which in some countries is) but just to notice the courage to go on strike when countries' culture and law are not in favour at all.
Baidu, the chinese Google (state owned?), is partly paralysed because of its workers' strike to obtain better pay after a 30% cut, and for some not to be forced to resign to meet increased sale targets with a lesser salary
Le Google Chinois paralysé par une grève (JDN, 18 May 2009)

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