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HOW TO DETERMINE WHETHER TRADE UNIONS ARE REPRESENTATIVE?

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Affiliations: 1: Dr Frans Pennings is Associate Professor of Labour Law and Social Security Law at Tilburg University. This article is based on a report he was asked to write for the International Labour Organisation. Persons in other countries were asked to write a national report on their country. A synthesis of these reports has not yet been published.

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