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The study of co‐operative institutions and of the conditions of their growth would be easier and mote reliable if the statistics relating to these institutions were more comparable internationally. But there are two obstacles to making them so. In the first place, there is the great diversity in...
The Report presented by the Director of the I.L.O. to the International Labour Conference (May‐June 1939) concludes by an important chapter on the work accomplished during the first twenty years. We take pleasure in reproducing below this exceedingly interesting statement.
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