Chapter V.4-b:

When multinational enterprises operate in developing countries, where comparable employers may not exist, provide the best possible wages, benefits and conditions of work, within the framework of government policies. These should be related to the economic position of the enterprise, but should be at least adequate to satisfy the basic needs of the workers and their families;


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Title sort up sort down Issue Host Country(s) Lead NCP Date submitted NCP Decision Current status sort up sort down Duration sort up sort down Positive outcome
Ripley Corp S.A. V UNI Global Union and UNI Americas

Anti-union activities; intimidation; corrupt practices

Chile

Chile NCP


03/06/2014

Accepted

Withdrawn

Closed on 01/08/2015
60 weeks and 4 days
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METRO Cash & Carry V Metro Habib Employee Union (on behalf of the employees of METRO Habib Cash & Carry, Pakistan)

Right to organise; retaliation against trade unionists; working conditions, health and safety

Pakistan

Germany NCP


08/01/2014

No Decision

Withdrawn

Closed on 21/05/2014
19 weeks and 0 days
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PROSEGUR AB v UNI Global Union

Interference with the right to organise; evasion of collective bargaining obligations; harassment of trade union organisers and activists.

Brazil
Colombia
Paraguay
Peru

Spain NCP


26/11/2013

Accepted

Ongoing

Duration so far 277 weeks and 1 days

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Ansell Limited V IndustriALL Global Union

Retaliation against trade unionists; firing of union members; health and safety

Malaysia
Sri Lanka

Australia NCP


20/11/2013

Accepted

Closed

Closed on 05/08/2016
141 weeks and 2 days
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América Móvil S.A.B. de C.V. V UNI Global Union, UNT, STRM, SITCOM and FESC

Unfair dismissal of trade unionists; trade union and human rights

El Salvador
Guatemala
Nicaragua

Mexico NCP


21/09/2011

Rejected

Closed

Closed on 01/06/2012
36 weeks and 2 days
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