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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
85ALEXANDRIA5241985-06-30 07:58:00Consulate AlexandriaCONFIDENTIALLABOR STRIKES IN ALEXANDRIANo
85ALEXANDRIA5471985-07-02 11:26:00Consulate AlexandriaCONFIDENTIALMORE ON LABOR STRIKE IN ALEXANDRIANo
85KADUNA12071985-10-09 12:39:00Consulate KadunaUNCLASSIFIEDNORTHERN NIGERIA ECONOMIC QUARTERLYNo
88TUNIS115981988-11-08 15:49:00Embassy TunisCONFIDENTIALTUNISIA CELEBRATES 7 NOVEMBER; ELECTIONS NEXT APRIL; NATIONAL PACT SIGNEDNo
91BERLIN30091991-08-15 13:41:00Embassy BerlinUNCLASSIFIEDUNEMPLOYMENT UP SHARPLY IN JULY, BUT RISE OFFEST BY DECLINE IN SHORT-TIME LABORNo
92ZAGREB28161992-12-24 12:13:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDCGYOOL -- ZAGREB UPDATE DEC 24, 1992No
92ZAGREB28631992-12-31 18:55:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIED1992 CROATIA HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT -- EMBASSY - COMMENTS ON DEPARTMENT'S RE-DRAFTNo
99MASERU17211999-09-29 10:24:00Embassy MaseruUNCLASSIFIEDLESOTHO: ONE YEAR AFTER SADC MILITARY INTERVENTIONYes
00HANOI9302000-05-04 09:27:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDILO PRESENCE IN VIETNAM AND EMBASSY WORKING ON COOPERATION WITH AFL-CIONo
00HARARE27342000-05-23 08:17:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALMDC STILL LIKELY TO WIN AT LEAST 20 PERCENT OF TOTAL PARLIAMENTARY SEATSNo
00HANOI11612000-05-26 09:37:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDVIETNAM VIEWS ON BURMA AND THE ILONo
00HANOI12982000-06-13 10:21:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDVIETNAM'S QUANG NINH PROVINCE: COAL, ECOTOURISM, AND CHINA?No
00THEHAGUE17942000-06-16 13:06:00Embassy The HagueUNCLASSIFIEDCHILD LABOR STUDY: REPORT ON THE NETHERLANDSNo
00THEHAGUE17962000-06-16 13:29:00Embassy The HagueUNCLASSIFIEDANTI-TRAFFICKING WORKSHOP IN KIEVNo
00HARARE33482000-06-21 09:20:00Embassy HarareUNCLASSIFIEDCHILD LABOR IN ZIMBABWENo
00HARARE34602000-06-23 13:50:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALDESPITE STIFF COMPETITION, POTENTIAL FOR VIOLENCE IN SOME AREAS, AND EXPECTED VOTE RIGGING, MDC LIKELY TO WIN ABOUT 60 SEATSNo
00HARARE36802000-07-07 09:45:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALSUSPECTED CIO MOLE RENDERS ZIMBABWE CONGRESS OF TRADE UNIONS INEFFECTIVENo
00HARARE42162000-07-31 15:48:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZCTU CALLS FOR STAYAWAY AUGUST 2-4 TO PROTEST CONTINUING POLITICAL VIOLENCENo
00HANOI20802000-09-19 05:37:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDINTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR ILO PROJECTSNo
00HARARE54602000-09-27 14:59:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALMORGAN TSVANGIRAI INFORMS BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION OF MASS ACTION PLANSNo
00HANOI27772000-12-26 10:29:00Embassy HanoiCONFIDENTIALBEHIND THE SCENES OF THE FIRST LADY'S FORUM: PROFOUND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE "TWO VIETNAMS"No
01HANOI1452001-01-19 10:33:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDNEXT STEPS ON LABOR COOPERATION AND DIALOGUE MOUNo
01HARARE5732001-01-30 07:38:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE LABOR FEDERATION LEADER SEEKS TO SEVER LABOR'S TIES TO THE OPPOSITION MDCNo
01HARARE6122001-01-31 14:43:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE LABOR FEDERATION OFFICIAL INSISTS THAT LABOR STILL BACKS OPPOSITION MDCNo
01HARARE6612001-02-07 15:07:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZANU-PF SEEKS TO NEUTRALIZE LABOR SUPPORT FOR MDCNo
01TUNIS3252001-02-09 08:57:00Embassy TunisCONFIDENTIALGOVERNMENT SHAKE-UP: OBSERVERS SEE INCREASINGLY TECHNOCRATIC CABINET AS SIGN OF BEN ALI'S TIGHT GRIP ON DECISION-MAKING.No
01HARARE7822001-02-21 10:05:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALCONTINUED INDEPENDENCE OF ZIMBABWE LABOR FEDERATION HINGES ON UPCOMING CONGRESSNo
01HARARE8462001-02-26 15:03:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE LABOR FEDERATION ELECTS NEW LEADERS, AFFIRMS NON-PARTISAN NATURENo
01HARARE8592001-02-28 05:43:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZCTU UNION LEADER CONFIRMS THAT LABOR CONGRESS CONFIDENTIALNo
01HARARE8622001-02-28 09:58:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE'S AFL-CIO SOLIDARITY CENTER HEAD CLAIMS ZCTU CONGRESS WAS A VICTORY FOR THE MDCNo
01HARARE10542001-03-19 14:56:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALNEW ELECTIONS FOR ZIMBABWE'S UMBRELLA LABOR ORGANIZATION NOT LIKELY.No
01HANOI6412001-03-20 00:48:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDUSDOL TEAM PRODUCES AMBITIOUS PLAN OF ACTION FOR WORK UNDER THE LABOR MOUNo
01HARARE10962001-03-22 10:52:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE'S NEW LABOR LEADERS PURSUE TRADITIONAL LABOR CONCERNS WHILE CONTINUING SUPPORT OF THE MDCNo
01HANOI7022001-03-26 10:41:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYMFA RAISES CONCERNS ABOUT HIGHLANDERS IN CAMBODIA AND VIETNAMESE WORKERS IN AMERICAN SAMOANo
01HARARE12222001-04-04 15:53:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE'S CIVIL SERVANTS CONCERNED THAT CONFIDENTIALNo
01HANOI9342001-04-19 09:42:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYFORMER DAEWOOSA EMPLOYEES: INFORMATION SHARING WITH VIETNAMESE OFFICIALSNo
01HANOI9892001-04-26 09:04:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDSTAFFDEL ATKINS VISIT TO HANOI APRIL 15-18; BTA ON THEIR MINDSNo
01HANOI10262001-05-02 08:43:00Embassy HanoiCONFIDENTIALSOME HILL STAFFERS PUT HIGH PRIORITY ON WORKERS RIGHTS DURING RECENT VISITS TO VIETNAMNo
01HARARE15152001-05-04 10:14:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE LABOR DAY CELEBRATION DISRUPTED BY WAR VETERANS AND ZANU-PF SUPPORTERSNo
01ABUJA16242001-07-10 12:40:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: MEETING WITH SPECIAL ADVISOR FOR PETROLEUM RILWANU LUKMAN--DOWNSTREAM DEREGULATION STILL ON TRACK; REFINERY REHABILITATION MISHANDLEDNo

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