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Monthly News Review, September 2002On September 17, China Labour Bulletin reported that the three-month mass workers' protests in Daqing, which started last March, saw its repercussion in the struggle of fellow oil workers in Chongqing.
Four Workers Speak on the Chongqing Oil Workers' Struggle(Broadcast on September 25, 2002)
Several hundred retrenched workers from Chuandong Oil Drilling & Exploration Company (CODEC) in Chongqing have maintained daily sit-ins (except weekends) since September 2. The workers are demanding unemployment allowances from the local government.
China Labour Bulletin Press Release September 17, 2002 Encouraged by the struggle of their fellow workers in Daqing, retrenched oil workers at Chongqing-based Chuandong Oil Exploration & Drilling Company (COEDC) - a subsidiary of Sichuan Petroleum Administrative Bureau - organised themselves in defense of their rights to pensions and employment.
China Labour Bulletin Press ReleaseSeptember 17, 2002Encouraged by the struggle of their fellow workers in Daqing, retrenched oil workers at Chongqing-based Chuandong Oil Exploration & Drilling Company (COEDC) - a subsidiary of Sichuan Petroleum Administrative Bureau - organised themselves in defense of their rights to pensions and employment.
The three-month mass workers' protests in Daqing, which started last March, saw its repercussion in the struggle of fellow oil workers in Sichuan.
Conversation With A Retrenched Teacher from Sichuan Petroleum Administrative Bureau(Broadcast on September 14, 2002)
Part 1: Head of Liaoyang Ferroalloy Factory ArrestedPart 2: Burnt Women Workers in Chongqing "Treated" by Barefoot Doctors(Broadcast on August 2, 2002)Head of Liaoyang Ferroalloy Factory Arrested

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