FTUB


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FTUBFederation of Trade Unions-Burma (est. 1988)
FTUBFirst Trade Union Bank
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Last week, the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus (FTUB) and Confederation of Mongolian Trade Unions (CMTU) signed an agreement of cooperation to boost trade union activities between the two countries.
Considerando os resultados encontrados para as plantas cultivadas nos diferentes ambientes ao longo do ciclo, a fitomassa fresca da raiz tuberosa (FTub) apresentou desenvolvimento semelhante entre os ambientes ate os 52 DAT (Figura 1A).
Ate 26 DAT ambos os ambientes de cultivo apresentaram desenvolvimento semelhante para a FFPA (Figura 1B), IAF (Figura 1C) e AP (Figura 1D), mas apos esta data, a FFPA em AN foi menor que em AT, caracterizando resultado inverso ao encontrado para FTub (Figura 1A).
Nearly all of the organisations we visited on the border of Thailand, such as the FTUB and the Mae Tao Health Clinic, cannot fully function inside Burma at this time, due to the crackdown on pro-democracy work by the Burmese military dictatorship.
Once it became clear that the unions and the semi-official Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus (FTUB) were adjusting to this change, the government embarked on a takeover of the FTUB and several of its branch unions in July 2002.
He also affirmed the FTUB support to Syria in restoring the occupied Syrian Golan.
(Steele was working as a legal intern for an advisor to the FTUB.).
FTUB Secretary General Maung Maung, meanwhile, appealed to Japan ''to listen to us for once'' and not ''advocate the military regime'' especially at next month's annual meeting of the International Labor Organization (ILO).
The conference, hosted by the FTUB, was also attended by four other Myanmar unionists -- all unanimous in urging Japan to review its foreign policy toward Myanmar, particularly the resumption of large-scale official development assistance (ODA), until a full dialogue process emerges toward ''genuine national reconciliation.''