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ITUC Global Rights Index Lists Zimbabwe as Top 10 Worst Countries For Workers in 2019

Zimbabwe just cannot seem to catch a break. With an out of control inflation rate, fuel, and power shortages, and now a deplorable rating from the International Trade Union Confederation (IUTC), there seems to be no end to the country's woes.

ITUC Global Rights Index Lists Zimbabwe as Top 10 Worst Countries For Workers in 2019
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