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China's trade union chief meets labor leaders from English-speaking African countries

(Xinhua)

16:43, November 28, 2011

BEIJING, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- Wang Zhaoguo, chairman of the All China Federation of Trade Unions, met with 31 labor leaders from English-speaking African countries in Beijing on Monday.

The African trade union leaders are here to attend a seminar with their Chinese counterpart to discuss ways to promote employment despite the international economic downturn.

Wang noted the success of the seminar and said he hoped the meeting would become a platform for a cooperative mechanism between trade unions of both sides.

He also expressed support for the friendly cooperation between trade unions of China and English-speaking African countries.

He said the Communist Party of China always attaches great importance to friendly exchanges and cooperation between Chinese and African trade unions.

He hoped the two sides could make joint efforts to push the international trade union movements in a just, rational, democratic and harmonious direction.

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