CNWB

AcronymDefinition
CNWBChina National Waterproof Building Materials Industry Association
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In 1898, holding firmly to his convictions, he pleaded for the formation of a Christian workers association in which not only the specialty departments of Patrimonium but also those of the CNWB could consolidate their strengths.
Many Protestant unions refused to surrender their independence and because official connections existed between the CAS and Patrimonium, in the eyes of De Visser's CNWB, it was an organization of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands with which they could not cooperate.
In January 1905, a Christian Social Conference was held in Amsterdam, where Patrimonium and the CNWB were represented.
One question remained unanswered at this Christian Social Conference: Was a Christian labor union in which Patrimonium and CNWB cooperated really within reach?