Trade Union International of Energy, Metal, Chemical, Oil and Allied Industries (TUI ENERGY)
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10 Dec 1998, Cuba, at constituent conference, on merger of: Trade Unions International of Chemical, Oil and Allied Workers (ICPS); Trade Unions International of Workers in Energy (TUIWE); Trade Unions International of Workers in the Metal Industry. Finalization of draft constitution by Working Group of the Initiative Committee, 28 Feb 1996, Prague (Czech Rep). One of the Trade Union Internationals (TUIs) of World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU). Original title: Trade Unions International of Workers in the Chemical, Energy, Oil, Metal and Allied Industries (TUI WCEOM). Previously also referred to as Trade Union International of Workers of the Energy, Metal, Chemistry, Petroleum and Compatible Industries (TUI WEMCORI). Reorganized as Trade Union International of Workers of Energy, Metal, Chemical, Oil and Allied Industries (TUI EMCOAI) -- Union internationale de syndicats de travailleurs de l'énergie, du métal, de la chimie, du pétrole et des industries analogues (UIS TEMCPIA) -- Unión Internacional de Sindicatos de Trabajadores de la Energia, el Metal, La Quimica, el Petróleo e Industrias Afines (UIS TEMQPIA), 1998, Havana (Cuba). Reorganized into Trade Union International of Energy (TUI ENERGY), Sep 2007.Available with paid subscription only.
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- Fundamental Sciences
- Metallic Elements and Alloys
- Social Activity
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