The working-class history of Western Europe as a whole

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Renault workers: ‘We are all Belgian workers’
Special to the People's Weekly World, 15 March 1997. When Renault chairman Louis Schweitzer announced his decision to close a profitable auto plant in Belgium last month, he didn't expect to set off the continent's first Euro-strike.
Auto workers in Belgium, France protest closing of Renault plant
The Militant, 24 March 1997. When the French auto giant Renault SA announced February 27 it would close its assembly plant in Vilvoorde, Belgium, laying off 3,100, workers in both Belgium and France responded.
Nordic media unions women's seminar
Trade Union News from Finland, 21 September 2000. Equality well established but women still suffer discrimination in pay, training and promotion. The five Scandinavian countries.