HC Deb 13 February 1929 vol 225 cc400-1

asked the Minister of Labour if he can give information regarding the Asiatic Labour Conference now being arranged by the International Labour Office; when and where it will meet; and what questions it will consider?


I learn from "Industrial and Labour Information," published by the International Labour Office, that the Asiatic Labour Conference is an unofficial body consisting of labour representatives from China, India, Japan and other Eastern countries. It is stated that the first meeting will take place probably in India some five or six weeks before the International Labour Conference, and that the agenda will include any items on the agenda of the International Labour Conference that present aspects of common interest to the countries represented.

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