Economics - Economic Activity - Supply Factors - Trade Union Activity
Trade Union Activity
The trade union movement aims to achieve better wages and working
conditions for its members. To achieve this goal, trade unions often direct
their workers to 'go slow', strike or even ban a project. These types of
action have the potential to cut production and economic activity by
restricting the supply of labour.
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