The working-class history of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

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Bangladesh Worker's Nationwide Strike on 30th July 1997
By Manzur, 1 August 1997. SKOP united front composed of national Trade Unions of Bangladesh called for country wide general strike on 30th July in support of their 8 points demand.
The Resolution on Call to the Asian People
Founding Convention of Democratic Workers Party, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 29th May 1998 (passed unanimously by the 215 delegates). We, the delegates of the founding convention of the Democratic Workers Party, Bangladesh, share the same concern as all the organisations and people of Asia, for the destructive politics of the IMF and the World Bank.
May Day and workers' rights in Bangladesh
Editorial, The New Nation, 30 April 2004. In Bangladesh, one can say that the country is not too poorly served by labour laws and their regulations on the employers. However, trade union practices in Bangladesh seem to be in older industries and services with new ones—particularly the export oriented garments industries—remaining largely unserved by trade unions.
Trade unionism at EPZs likely in Jan
By Rafiq Hasan, The Daily Star, Vol. 4 Num 184, Sunday 30 November 2003. Dhaka may allow trade union (TU) activities in the export processing zones (EPZs) in the wake of Washington's threat to drop the generalised system of preference (GSP) to its export items from January if the activities were not allowed.