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Protecting Workers' Health in the Third World: National and International Strategies

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This impressive inquiry into Third World health problems linked to industrialization offers positive directions for both national and international strategies. Occupational health and safety issues, often given low priority as developing countries seek to advance their economies, are seen in their compelling importance through studies on China, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Malaysia, Nicaragua, South Africa, and Sri Lanka. Part One describes the nature and scope of work-related health problems in developing countries. ...

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Protecting Workers' Health in the Third World: National and International Strategies
1992, Auburn House Pub. Co., New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780865690264

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