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  •  - Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega speaks to a congressman in Brasilia

    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega speaks to a congressman in Brasilia

    Posted: 2/15/2011 2:11:49 PM EST
    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega (C) speaks to a congressman before speaking to the legislature about the announced increase in minimum wage, in Brasilia February 15, 2011. Labor unions initiated a protest to demand a greater increase. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega speaks to Congress in Brasilia

    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega speaks to Congress in Brasilia

    Posted: 2/15/2011 2:10:11 PM EST
    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega (bottom) speaks to Congress about the announced increase in minimum wage, in Brasilia February 15, 2011. Labor unions initiated a protest to demand a greater increase. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega arrives at Congress to speak about minimum wage in Brasilia

    Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega arrives at Congress to speak about minimum wage in Brasilia

    Posted: 2/15/2011 1:46:54 PM EST
    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega (red tie, C) is greeted by the president of the Lower House of Congress Inocencio Oliveira (L) as he arrives to give an explanation on the announced increase in minimum wage, in Brasilia February 15, 2011. Labor unions initiated a protest to demand a greater increase. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega arrives inside Congress in Brasilia

    Brazil's Finance Minister Mantega arrives inside Congress in Brasilia

    Posted: 2/15/2011 1:41:22 PM EST
    Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega arrives inside Congress to give an explanation on the announced minimum wage increase, in Brasilia February 15, 2011. Labor unions initiated a protest to demand a greater increase. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A protester lies on the ground during a protest in Brasilia

    A protester lies on the ground during a protest in Brasilia

    Posted: 12/9/2009 2:32:56 PM EST
    A protester lies on the ground as the replica of an underwear and the Brazilian real notes are held above him during a protest by labor unions and students against Brasilia's federal district Governor Jose Roberto Arruda outside the Buriti Palace in Brasilia December 9, 2009. A kickback scandal involving the opposition governor has highlighted Brazil's persistent political corruption and could hurt the opposition's chances of beating President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's candidate in next year's election. The scandal erupted on November 27, 2009 when video footage surfaced showing Arruda apparently receiving large amounts of cash during his election campaign in 2006. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL POLITICS CONFLICT)
  •  - Retired General Sarath Fonseka smiles after speaking to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo

    Retired General Sarath Fonseka smiles after speaking to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo

    Posted: 12/4/2009 9:56:14 AM EST
    Retired General Sarath Fonseka smiles after speaking to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo, December 4, 2009. Fonseka, who oversaw the end of 25 years of war, said on Sunday he will run for president, pitting himself against President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who also takes credit for the victory against Tamil Tiger rebels. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA POLITICS ELECTIONS MILITARY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Retired General Sarath Fonseka speaks to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo

    Retired General Sarath Fonseka speaks to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo

    Posted: 12/4/2009 9:51:39 AM EST
    Retired General Sarath Fonseka speaks to labor unions from the Marxist backed opposition party in Colombo, December 4, 2009. Fonseka, who oversaw the end of 25 years of war, said on Sunday he will run for president, pitting himself against President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who also takes credit for the victory against Tamil Tiger rebels. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (SRI LANKA POLITICS ELECTIONS MILITARY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
  •  - Activist holds placard reading during rally in front of Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei

    Activist holds placard reading during rally in front of Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei

    Posted: 12/23/2008 12:23:45 AM EST
    An activist holds a placard reading "the god of layoff is here" during a rally in front of the Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei December 23, 2008. The labor unions are demanding that firms stop laying off workers and putting them on forced unpaid leave. In November Taiwan's jobless rate hit its highest level in five years. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
  •  - Activists from labor unions chant slogans during rally in front of Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei

    Activists from labor unions chant slogans during rally in front of Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei

    Posted: 12/23/2008 12:22:28 AM EST
    Activists from labor unions chant slogans during a rally in front of the Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei December 23, 2008. The labor unions are demanding that firms stop laying off workers and putting them on forced unpaid leave. In November Taiwan's jobless rate hit its highest level in five years. The placards read, "Forbid unpaid leave", "Protect the right of workers" and "Protest." REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
  •  - Activists from labor unions confront police during rally in front of Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei

    Activists from labor unions confront police during rally in front of Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei

    Posted: 12/23/2008 12:19:06 AM EST
    Activists from labor unions confront the police during a rally in front of the Executive Yuan Council of Labor Affairs in Taipei December 23, 2008. The labor unions are demanding that firms stop laying off workers and putting them on forced unpaid leave. Taiwan's November jobless rate hit its highest level in five years. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
  •  - Auto mechanic Terry Taylor puts a new tire on a rim in the service department of a Ford car dealership in Warren, Michigan

    Auto mechanic Terry Taylor puts a new tire on a rim in the service department of a Ford car dealership in Warren, Michigan

    Posted: 12/18/2008 6:32:46 PM EST
    Auto mechanic Terry Taylor puts a new tire on a rim in the service department of a Ford car dealership in Warren, Michigan December 18, 2008. U.S. President George W. Bush expressed concern on Thursday that a disorderly bankruptcy in the auto industry could be "very destabilizing" and said he was looking for concessions from labor unions and others in deciding on aid to automakers. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
  •  - Masked Colombian students take part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Medellin

    Masked Colombian students take part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Medellin

    Posted: 10/23/2008 6:00:39 PM EST
    Masked Colombian students take part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Medellin October 23, 2008. Thousands of indigenous Colombians marched on Thursday to press their demands against President Alvaro Uribe, and labor unions protested in the capital Bogota, where five small blasts panicked residents. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
  •  - An indigenous Colombian takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota

    An indigenous Colombian takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota

    Posted: 10/23/2008 5:57:07 PM EST
    An indigenous Colombian takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota October 23, 2008. Thousands of indigenous Colombians marched on Thursday to press their demands against President Alvaro Uribe, and labor unions protested in the capital Bogota, where five small blasts panicked residents. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
  •  - A demonstrator holds a flag as he takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota

    A demonstrator holds a flag as he takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota

    Posted: 10/23/2008 5:38:09 PM EST
    A demonstrator holds a flag as he takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota October 23, 2008. Thousands of indigenous Colombians marched on Thursday to press their demands against President Alvaro Uribe, and labor unions protested in the capital Bogota, where five small blasts panicked residents. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
  •  - Demonstrators takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota

    Demonstrators takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota

    Posted: 10/23/2008 5:36:14 PM EST
    Demonstrators takes part in a march against the government of President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota October 23, 2008. Thousands of indigenous Colombians marched on Thursday to press their demands against President Alvaro Uribe, and labor unions protested in the capital Bogota, where five small blasts panicked residents. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
  •  - Chrysler auto assembly workers leave the plant after their shift ends at the Chrysler Warren Truck Assembly  in Warren, Michigan

    Chrysler auto assembly workers leave the plant after their shift ends at the Chrysler Warren Truck Assembly in Warren, Michigan

    Posted: 10/14/2008 4:53:44 PM EST
    Chrysler auto assembly workers leave the plant after their shift ends at the Chrysler Warren Truck Assembly in Warren, Michigan October 14, 2008. Labor unions in the United States and Canada on Tuesday expressed concern about the prospect of job losses from any merger between General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC, adding that union leaders had not been consulted by the automakers. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
  •  - General Motors Powertrain assembly worker Derek Milbocker talks to a reporter about his thoughts of the possibility of a merger between auto companies General Motors and Chrysler LLC outside the

    General Motors Powertrain assembly worker Derek Milbocker talks to a reporter about his thoughts of the possibility of a merger between auto companies General Motors and Chrysler LLC outside the

    Posted: 10/14/2008 4:51:49 PM EST
    General Motors Powertrain assembly worker Derek Milbocker talks to a reporter about his thoughts of the possibility of a merger between auto companies General Motors and Chrysler LLC outside the Powertrain plant in Warren, Michigan October 14, 2008. Labor unions in the United States and Canada on Tuesday expressed concern about the prospect of job losses from any merger between General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC, adding that union leaders had not been consulted by the automakers. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
  •  - Police block workers from Korean Federation of Clerical and Financial Labor Unions during protest against US buyout fund Lone Star in Seoul

    Police block workers from Korean Federation of Clerical and Financial Labor Unions during protest against US buyout fund Lone Star in Seoul

    Posted: 11/9/2006 1:24:31 AM EST
    Police block workers from the Korean Federation of Clerical & Financial Labor Unions during a protest against U.S. buyout fund Lone Star in front of main office of a local law firm Kim & Chang in Seoul November 9, 2006. Kim & Chang offered legal counsel to the Lone Star during the 2003 sale of the Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) to Lone Star, according to local media. Prosecutors said on Wednesday they would submit another request to detain the vice chairman of Lone Star in a stock trading probe, after a South Korean court rejected their second request late Tuesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
  •  - Brazilian Volkswagen workers walk at the Anchieta plant  in Sao Bernado do Campo

    Brazilian Volkswagen workers walk at the Anchieta plant in Sao Bernado do Campo

    Posted: 8/22/2006 3:24:34 PM EST
    Brazilian Volkswagen workers walk at the Anchieta plant in Sao Bernado do Campo, August 22, 2006. Volkswagen Brazilian unit said on Monday that it may close one of its factories in Brazil if it fails to reach an agreement with labor unions over its proposed restructuring plan. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
  •  - Brazilian Volkswagen workers take part in an protest at Anchieta plant in Sao Bernado do Campo

    Brazilian Volkswagen workers take part in an protest at Anchieta plant in Sao Bernado do Campo

    Posted: 8/22/2006 3:10:15 PM EST
    Brazilian Volkswagen workers take part in an protest at Anchieta plant in Sao Bernado do Campo, August 22, 2006. Volkswagen Brazilian unit said on Monday that it may close one of its factories in Brazil if it fails to reach an agreement with labor unions over its proposed restructuring plan. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)


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