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Apprenticeship in China: new incentives for vocational training

In June, new incentives were launched by several government authorities to encourage companies to launch training and apprenticeship programs in China to upgrade the country’s workforce, deemed necessary to build advanced manufacturing capabilities. and high-tech innovation. China has released new incentives to encourage companies to set up apprenticeship programs, as …

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Pinky Cole and PETA team up to fight for food justice

For immediate release:September 30, 2021 Contact:Moira Colley 202-483-7382 Atlanta – The fight against food desserts has never been so good! Monday, Slutty Vegan restaurateur Pinky cole will serve free vegan Buffalo Chicken and Bratwurst sandwiches at Charles L. Harper Memorial Park to launch the new PETA Campaign for food justice, …

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The community protests for a new contract

Hundreds of residents and doctors at LAC + USC Hospital quit their jobs to protest a new contract that included increased living allowances, wages and benefits. (Emmett Fuchs | Daily Trojan Horse) Hundreds of resident doctors at LAC + USC Hospital quit their jobs Tuesday to protest a new Los …

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Trade stacks more rights on Chinese electric elevators

By Jennifer Doherty (September 28, 2021, 2:55 p.m. EDT) – The U.S. Department of Commerce on Monday announced a second round of advance tariffs on electric elevators from China, imposing levies of up to 275.06% on the basis a preliminary determination that the products are dumped in the United States …

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Your wallet is on the line: Washington must succeed this week

Prepare for a week of wide-eyed politics and process. But this DC sausage-making has implications for virtually every American family. What’s happening right now is nothing less than a one-time realignment of your kitchen table economy. President Joe Biden and Democrats want a cradle-to-grave remake of the American economy. Investments …

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