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Integrated Child Protection Scheme Mrs. Loveleen Kacker Joint Secretary (CW) Ministry of Women and Child Development Government of India.

abused children Large number of sexually abused children Protection Issues Protecting children in difficult circumstances including natural disasters: Protecting children in difficult circumstances including natural disasters: Children in Need of Care and Protection Children in Need of Care and Protection Child in Conflict with Law Child in Conflict with Law Elimination of child labour Elimination of child labour Protecting children from being trafficked for commercial and sexual exploitation Protecting/

Back to School. Child labour in India is a grave and extensive problem. Children under the age of 14 are forced to work in glass-blowing, fireworks, carpet-making.

Back to School Child labour in India is a grave and extensive problem. Children under the age of 14 are forced to work in glass-blowing, fireworks, carpet-making factories and even household chores. While the Government of India reports about 20 million child labourers, other non-governmental organisations estimate the number to be closer to 50 million. The exploitation of child labour has become an accepted practice, and is viewed/

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rule of speciality. More so, the technicality on which the appellant has raised various objections/litigations/representations in India as well as in Portugal..." the agency said. The agency, however, clarified that withdrawing certain charges against Salem would /ISSUES Child Labour Ramport in Gujarat and Rajasthan .Children are being trafficed and are forced to work in hazardous places which is life threatening. 2. Sex ratio declining in Punjab and Hariyana 2.Sex ratio declining in Punjab and Hariyana .In /

Indian Legal System An Introduction

1976 Contract Labour Act, 1970 Child Labour Act, 1986 Bonded Labour System Act, 1976 The Employee’s Provident Funds Act, 1952 The Act shall apply to: every establishment which is a factory engaged in any industry mentioned in schedule I /been constituted. CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE RECENT TRENDS IN LAW CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE Plea Bargaining in Criminal Cases Plea bargaining is introduced in India by Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2005. This affects cases in which the maximum punishment is imprisonment for /

New Child Health Guidelines National Health Mission Jammu & Kashmir.

Child Health Guidelines National Health Mission Jammu & Kashmir Index Use of Injection Vitamin K Prophylaxis at Birth (in facilities) Use of Antenatal Corticosteroids in Preterm Labour Use of Gentamicin by ANMs for management of sepsis in young infants under specific situations KMC & Optimal Feeding of Low Birth Weight Infants India Newborn Action Plan (INAP) Use of Injection Vitamin K Prophylaxis at Birth (in/ at facilities Milestones in ChildSurvival Programmes in India 1992 – Child Survival and Safe Motherhood /

Trafficking in Human Beings Susan Kreston Research Fellow Centre for Psychology & the Law UFS

Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography Optional Protocol on the Rights of the Child in Armed Conflict Optional Protocol on the Rights of the Child in Armed Conflict Underlying Conventions - Rights of the Child Underlying Conventions - Rights of the Child International Conventions ILO Convention 182 - Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour ILO Convention 182 - Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour It’s not labour, it’s torture/

CHILD ABUSE by DR.BEULAH SHEKHAR Coordinator cum Reader Victimology & Victim Assistance Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Tirunelveli Tamil Nadu.

of the problem The Children of India constitute the second largest child population in the world. the largest number of children in work 44,476 children were missing in India ILO estimates that 218 million children (The largest in the world ) in India were involved in child labor, of whom 126 million were engaged in hazardous work. 5.7 million were victims of forced or bonded labour, 1.8 million were victims of/

Maternal and Child Health Interventions. Introduction to Maternal and Child Health; MCH Lecture Class MGIMS, Sewagram;; 04 Jul 2012 2 Continuum of Care.

Interventions Older infants and children (1 month up to 5 years) Maternal and Child Health Interventions | RCH Program UG Class | 2012 24 Common causes of maternal deaths in India Maternal and Child Health Interventions | RCH Program UG Class | 2012 25 Common causes of maternal deaths in India Hemorrhage Active management of 3rd stage of labour; Detect & Treat anaemia; Skilled attendant at birth Referral transport Blood transfusion Operative/

Business environment 1. MODULE – 4 LaBOUR ENVIRONMENT Dharmendra Pandey Assistant 2.

interests of workers by ensuring for them better work conditions, and safe and healthy working conditions in factories. Labour Legislation (Laws) in India 8. Industrial Disputes Act, 1947: The main objectives of the Act are: - Promotion /) for international dialogue on labour issues; 4.It generates a worldwide Public Awareness for events, campaigns and issues concerning labour; Role of ILO in Promoting Industrial Relations: (continued) 5.Effort towards prohibition of Child Labour worldwide; 6.Protecting the /


284+0.8 Females 7,88,20,403 7,87,45,680 -74,723-0.09 PROPORTION OF CHILD POPULATION (IN %) The total number of children in India in the age-group 0-6 years, as per the final population totals of Census 2011, is 16/.9 Females 25.621.724.0 ResidenceSexMain Worker Marginal Worker Total Worker Number of Agricultural Labourers (in lakh) All AreasPersons8625821443 Males553275827 Females309307616 Proportion of Agricultural Labourers among Workers (in %) All Areas Persons 23.848.830.0 Males 20.246.824.9 Females 34./

Gender Statistical Profile in India- It’s implication Nivedita Deka Department of Agricultural Economics.

etc. Business House Politics Art and Cinema Sports Literature Women labourers involved in agricultural activities. Tea garden labourers plucking and carrying of tea leaves. Women labour in construction of roads and buildings Women doing domestic household work Women labour in construction of Celebrities…. Dr. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Chairman & Managing Director of Biocon Ltd., who became India’s richest woman in 2004, was educated at the Bishop Cotton Girls School/

Child Labour in India Shawna Shulman. Overview Background Effects: Children’s health Education Economic situation Conclusion.

Child Labour in India Shawna Shulman Overview Background Effects: Children’s health Education Economic situation Conclusion Background Definition: 5 to 17 years old 1 hour of economic activity 7 hours domestic chores 5 hours of school labour 250 million child labourers 61% are in Asia India has 44 million Health Poor/unsafe working conditions (e.g. outdoors, factories)   31% respiratory infections  24% skin infections  13.3% toothaches  42% pallor  11/

CHILD LABOUR. SOME SWEET ONES SOME BITTER ONES CHILD LABOUR Child labour is not only a social problem but also an economic one A child who is employed.

2,000 rupees. 47 out of 100 children in India enrolled in class I reach class VIII, putting the drop rate at 52.79%. Approximately 16.64 % of villages in the country do not have facilities for primary schooling. (UNICEF) 42 million children in the age group of 14-16 years do not attend schools in India. Causes of Child Labour Over Population: limited resources & more mouth to feed/

Child Labour Campaign CRY-Kolkata Volunteer Campaign update.

the like protested against state inaction by sporting a black arm band. (Pre event coverage in Times of India and AAJKAL)  Series of seminars on ‘Child Labour in the Unorganized Sector, Who’s Accountable?’ to be organized and facilitated by volunteers lined up in the week beginning the 3 rd of December in IIM Kolkata, NUJS (5 th Dec.) and Vidyasagar School of Social Work. Volunteer Core/



The Formal Regulation of Non-Standard Forms of Employment in India, Indonesia and Vietnam Ingrid Landau Petra Mahy Richard Mitchell.

work Less coherence with regards to regulation of casual, part-time and home-work Non-Standard employment in the public sector India Right/ standardPermanent employeeCasual employeeFixed-term employeeAgency worker Freedom of association & collective bargaining ✔✔✔✔ Anti-discrimination /equal employment opportunity ✔✔✔✔ Prohibition on child labour ✔✔✔✔ Prohibition on forced labour ✔✔✔✔ Explicit right to equal treatment with permanent employees n/a ✖✖✔ Occupational health and safety ✔✔✔✔ Workers’ compensation/


ago! This means that the work being done to stop child labour is truly creating positive change. But there is still much more to be done. Rugmark 300,000 children in India, Nepal and Pakistan are spending long days working in poor conditions. Through independent certification and educational programs, RugMark is working to end child labor in the South Asian carpet industry, but they can’t do/

Child Labor The Invisible Crisis.

to the children because they are too weak to stand up for themselves. Where is Child Labor? Unfortunately ,Child labor is in more than 190 countries, Here are only a few, such as … -China -Western Africa -Asia And India, but mainly in progressing countries How Does Child Labour Affect the Community it’s in? Child labour affects it’s community by taking its children to work and harm them. But/

MIDDLE CLASS DREAMS: INDIA’S ONE CHILD FAMILIES Alaka Basu (JNU and Cornell) Sonalde Desai (NCAER and Univ. of Maryland)

of economic crisis Low fertility in India…. Natural preoccupation in India with population growth Low fertility remains far on the horizon, particularly if we believe the story of second demographic transition Female labour force participation is low, in fact the 66 th round of NSS documents 6 percentage point decline in FLFP rates Marriage age is rising but only due to sharp decline in child marriage, marriage remains almost/

General Body Meeting Feb 3 rd,2007 Association for India’s Development - Philadelphia.

related to organic farming. A peek into the Child Labor Act ~ Ekta Source: National Geographic News About 12.6 million child workers in India Employment of children as domestic servants at home or in dhabas (road side eateries), restaurants, hotels, motels teashops, resorts, spas or other recreational centers banned from October 10, 2006 Ban imposed under the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act 1986 Punishment between three/


of freedom, dignity & creativity Social changes during the industrial Revolution 4.2 The mines & factories 4.2.1 Child Labour 4.2.2 child labour in mills 4.2.3 child labour in mines 4.2.1 CHILD LABOUR Use of young children for cheap labour Great demand for the child labour for many reasons: Cheap labour so factories can be competative Obedient, submissive, respond to punishment & not form unions Size helped with working/

CARE OF PREMATURE NEWBORNS By Dr. Rashmi Gode Moderator- Dr. Subodh Gupta 1 Am One in 10 Births.

progesterone agents And reduction of elective labour induction or caesarean delivery without medical /in India in 1994 KMC and optimal feeding –a step By GOI as a part of routine care. In 2003, WHO formally endorsed KMC and published KMC practice guidelines. Improvement in gas exchange and temperature in premature infants Improvement in lactation outcomes in mothers wishing to breastfeed premature infants Positive impact on the parenting process 23 M ILESTONES IN I NDIA FOR CHILD SURVIVAL 1992 – Child/

National law relating to corporate human rights and environmental responsibility: the case of India Rebecca Faugno Assistant Professor Faculty of Law 13.

Indian Court system Focus of the presentation 2. Treaty Participation Key multilateral treaties ratified by India Key Human Rights TreatiesKey Environmental Treaties International Convention on Civil and Political Rights (New York,/discrimination, child labour, forced labour –Equal Remuneration Act 1976 –Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act 1986 –Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act 1976 3. Human rights law (Cont.) 3.2Human rights in other Union legislation (cont.) 3.2(b)Labour-related legislation/

Social Security System in India Otojit Kshetrimayum Associate Fellow, VVGNLI & Anoop Kumar Satpathy Fellow, VVGNLI

Otojit Kshetrimayum Associate Fellow, VVGNLI & Anoop Kumar Satpathy Fellow, VVGNLI Framework Labour Market Trends in India Social Security in India: Background Types of Social Security Programmes in India Social Security in Organised Sector Social security in Unorganised Sector Social Security System in India: Challenges I Labour Market Trends in India Labour Force, Workforce and Unemployed (UPSS) National Sample Survey (NSS) 1993-941999-20002004-052009-10/

HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF LABOUR WELFARE. INTRODUCTION Labour welfare activity in India was largely influenced by humanatarian principles and legislation.

worker’s welfare was made largely by social workers, and other religious leaders,mostly on humanatarian grounds. Before the introduction of welfare and other legislation in India,the conditions of the labour were miserable. Continue… Exploitation of child labour,long hours of work,bad sanitation and absence of safety measures were the regular features of factory life. The earliest legislative approach could be traced back/


In sakshi in 1999 it directed to bring in stringent provisions in the IPC for sexually assault especially in cases of rape against minor girls.  In Mohini Jain (1992 and later in Unnikrishnan 1993) right to education recognised as a fundamental right under Art 21.  MC Mehta in 1997 child labour in hazardous industries of Tamil Nadu in particular and country in general was prohibited.  In/ are there in India. The Government started taking care after the SC judgment in Mr X V Hospital Z in 1998 held that/


Kalyan Yojana Policy 8. Bhagyashree Child Welfare Policy  The insurance covers Hospitalisation due to Accident or Disease  Policy provides reimbursement of hospitalisation and domiciliary hospitalisation expenses incurred in India for the treatment of illness/ are cost of seeds, labour, electricity, fertilizers, preparation of soil, interculture operation and harvesting etc. FLORICULTURE INSURANCE  Floriculture is one of the fastest growing Agriculture business in India today, Europe and Middle East/

CHILD LABOUR PRESENTED BY :- KIRT RAJ. . What is child labour ?  kind involved in salvery  Abuse forced to work  Unlimited working time  Minimum wage.

to wear, a shelter, and basic health care  Kids used as a substitution of adults or parents  Pay for family debts  Mostly occur in parts of Asia  No law made against child labour in certain countries  Family expectations and traditions CAUSE IN INDIA  Poverty and high unemployment  Free education is limited forcing children to work at early age  Over population  Urbanization : movement of people from rural/

Topic 2: Women and Globalized Labour: Comparing Canada and India or country or countries in Latin America.

Topic 2: Women and Globalized Labour: Comparing Canada and India or country or countries in Latin America Thesis: Globally, most of the poor are in the DW, of which women constitute a considerable majority. In contrast, only a minority of the Canadian women live below the poverty line. While feminization of poverty affects the women in the DW, feminization of labour shapes those in Canada. A result of NDL/

Legal Provisions on Child Labour. An Overview There is no international agreement defining child labour, making it hard to isolate cases of abuse, let.

isolate cases of abuse, let alone abolish them. Children under 14 years constitute around 3.6% of the total labour force in India. The National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) estimated the number at 17.58 million in 1985. None of the official estimates included child workers in the unorganised sector, and therefore, are obviously gross under estimates. Estimates from various non-governmental sources as to the/

Education For the Underprivileged Children.

where they are, not out of choice, but force. This is the true story of child labour. Measures to Cope Up:- Getting a child educated Teaching children around you. Being more active to the happenings around, can make a big difference in the current situation and condition of children of India. "You have to love your children unselfishly. That is hard. But it is the/

Estimated number in ‘worst forms’: 8.4 million (2004) Electroplate worker, India 1993 Can this be positive for economic development? Estimated number of.

between income and child labour Shepherd, Bolivia Labour Supply Coal collecting, Afghanistan 2002 Children in labour force keep wages low Children out of the labour force increases wages Human Capital Brick worker, Nepal 1995 Low Level Development Trap Child labour perpetuates poverty and hinders development Investment in human capital perpetuates long term sustainable development Human Capital Low Level Trap Take off Conclusion Construction Workers, India No investment in Education Low Skill/

Adoption of Social Compliance Standards to boost MSME Exports

these factors. Otherwise : no market chances. Influence of protectionists: They use these arguments e.g. Political prisoners used as labour in China Child labour in India (including bonded labour) Safety problems in Bangladesh and Pakistan Therefore we have a growing world wide demand for: the protection of workers by labour standards safer and higher quality products industries that are environmentally sustainable What are the benefits and challenges of implementing/

Role of Women in Indian Agriculture By Prof. Vinod Malkar Sanjivani Rural Education Society, College of Engineering, Dept. of MBA, Kopargaon, Dist: Ahmednagar,

child rearing, water collection, fuel wood gathering, household maintenance etc. 26 water collection child rearing fuel wood gathering 27 Allied Activities: Cattle management, Fodder collection, Milking etc 28 29 Mainly rural women are engaged in agricultural activities in/Labourers (ii) Cultivator doing labour on their own land and (iii) Managers of certain aspects of agricultural production by way of labour supervision and the participation in post harvest operations. Currently in India a paid women labour/

Child Labour – Exploitation or Need? Ayesha Saeed, MA Abstract.

traumatic activities such as serving as soldiers. Mining and Quarrying Gold in Colombia Charcoal in Brazil and El Salvador Chrome in Zimbabwe Diamonds in Cote d’Ivoire Emeralds in Colombia Coal in Mongolia Child Labor Public Education Project Where does most child labour occur? Slides/Overheads Where does most child labour occur? There is a surprising association between chocolate and child labor in the Cote dIvoire. Young boys whose ages range from 12/

AP European History Review.

life was pretty bad) Factory Act of 1833 – reduced hours of child labor and forced factory owners to pay for 2 hours of education /In 1924 Labour fell, and the Conservatives took power again. In order to make their industry internationally competitive, British management attempted to cut wages. In 1926 coal miners went on strike, followed by sympathetic workers in other industries. In the end, they capitulated, but there was continued unrest. The Empire Crumbled In the 1920s India gained independence. In/

Ensuring Rights, Providing Protection Ministry of Women and Child Development (GOI)

) Act, 1992. The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1986 The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 We also need to keep in mind - Offences against children Bill – proposed The Guardian and Wards Act/Child rights in India Central Adoption Resource Agency (CARA) – premier agency in the country related to intra and out of country adoption The legal foundation of the Child Protection mandate in India is ….. The Juvenile Justice Act which first came into force in 1986 - Was renamed and rewritten in/

Our experience pioneering a new approach: homework, child labour and multi- stakeholder solutions Liz Kirk Head of Projects, ETI Give Children a Chance.

media & consumer NGO community to start rewarding risk-takers Build up the business case section b child labour & compani es A new approach:homework, child labour & multi-stakeholder solutions ETI homeworker guidelines - a generic practical document for all players in global supply chains Product of 4 years of work in UK & India between 2 m-s groups first ever attempt to promote and guide responsible corporate practice/

CSR in India Birendra Raturi CBI Trainer Venue: 8-9 June 2011 FICCI New Delhi India Program CSR training India.

? Strong supply chain responsibility (from raw material to final consumer) Environmental responsibility (India’s biodiversity heritage) Transparency (CSR reporting) Safe and healthy working conditions Human rights (child labour, forced labour, working hours) Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries | May 27, 2010 17 Why is CSR important for SMEs in India? To Manage risks by integrating environmental and social performance with business strategy To/

 380 000 kids are homeless and are most likely used for child labour  Canada (9,984,670 km²) is 69.34 times as big as Bangladesh (143,998 km²).  There.

.K(10%), France(6.8%), and Spain (5.2%). -Top 5 Import origins- China(29%), India(18%), Singapore(6%), Malaysia(5.4%), and South Korea (5.3%).  Natural disasters in Bangladesh include-floods, cyclones, and droughts  Dhaka, a huge Bangladesh slum with many child labourers (also largest city in Bangladesh) has wetlands that make it vulnerable to flooding and other natural disasters  Every year, 20/

2  Forced Labour Convention (No. 29)  Abolition of Forced Labour Convention (No.105)  Equal Remuneration Convention (No.100)  Discrimination (Employment.

Convention (No.98)  Minimum Age Convention (No.138)  Worst forms of Child Labour Convention (No.182) CORE CONVENTIONS OF ILO 3 DECENT WORK I. Promotion of Rights/in India Background 1890, International Labour Conference, Berlin Issues related to improvement in the working condition of miners taken up Govt. of UK requests Govt. of India to consider advisability of undertaking legislation for inspection of mines in general and coal mines in particular 1894 Preliminary study of mining conditions in India/

Clusters in Development: New Lessons and Emerging Challenges Khalid Nadvi School of Environment and Development University of Manchester,UK

Clusters –Sialkot (Pakistan): 390 SMEs, employs urban and rural poor –Jalandhar (India): 150 SMEs, employs poor, rural communities –China: Guangdong, Jiangsu Labour Standards and CSR Challenges –Pakistan, India: Child Labour –China: overtime, migrant labour, working conditions, TUs, prison Challenges on Labour Standards and CSR: The South Asian Case 1996 – media evidence of child labour in football production in Sialkot and Jalandhar The Response- 1997 Atlanta Agreement (Sialkot) –Multi-Stakeholder/

Roshan Dalvi. The Two Tests Lesser numbers, Greater attention –At Home –In School –In Countries –In Courts The 3 Rs –Recognize –Resist –Report The trouble.

for crimes –No consent or choice of the victim –Sale like chattel Migrant smuggling – Taking victim in expectation of something –Initial consent or choice –Though, on a deception, misrepresentation of facts or misunderstanding/ laws –Constitution of India –Indian Penal Code (IPC) –Immoral Traffic Prevention Act (PITA) –Bonded Labour (Prohibition) Act –Domestic Violence Act (DV Act) –Child Labour (Prohibition) Act –Juvenile Justice Act (JJA) –Commission for Protection of Child Rights Act Authorities under/

DR T.H. CHOWDARY Director: Center for Telecom Management and Studies Chairman: Pragna Bharati (intellect India ) Former: Chairman & Managing Director Videsh.

urban, industrial areas prosper faster than the rest In India Urban PCI is 7 times the rural & Is increasing [like in China] Levels of GDP Per Capita (in 1990 PPP Dollars) Asian Countries 1950-99* /large families are a vicious circle Child labour: [ A Municipal Employee (minority) in Kadapa has >40 children. Paalamuru: Child labour sustains families] China froze population increase with only one child norm since 1978 Remedy: Education; Obligatory one/two child norm on pain of welfare termination/

Population World Population Change In the past population change has often seen times of decline as well as growth. There have been rapid growth since.

regarding population figures because of problems with completing a census. 1. The cost of a census is huge – printing, computers, labour – are just some of the Outlays which many developing world countries can’t afford as they have more important priorities eg Health / lie on the forms either they are illegal immigrants or in China they want to hide how many children they have due to the ‘One Child policy. 9. Population size- some countries like India and china have huge populations which take a long time to/


work. Recently the enthusiastic labours of Sir John Woodroffe (Arthur Avalon) have made Tantra works available to the modern reader. In the Sakti doctrine Siva is/ the mystics all the world over. In India we find it repeatedly mentioned in the Vedas. In die Vedic text,it is used in the sense of" The Residual above"/for examples, in English, mother ; in Latin, mater ; in Sanskrit, Matri ; in French, mammon ; in Persian, madar ; in Arabic, umm and so on. In fact, this sound comes to the child naturally while /

“the rights of the girl child

A girl child is discriminated in both cities and villages . The society discriminates girl child in different manners, the girl child in villages is discriminated by abuse, forcing to work , forced to child marriage. In cities girl child is discriminated by child labour, abuse and/ of male children in India, female children are deemed of resources in the areas of health and education. Girl child in villages Girl child in villages are not preferred much this is why there are less girls in the villages. As/

EM 213.32 6 Winter 2015. Reading Assessment 1 Notes general comment: writing that is below a professional standard is getting in the way of good analysis.

Ethics Should they exist? What should be in them? How should they be developed? How/India China Nigeria Brazil Mexico % living on less than $2/day Capitalism criticisms 1. persistence of inequality poverty 2. rise of oligopolies 3. implicit view of human nature 4. shortcomings of competition 5. employee’s alienation exploitation natural direction corporate welfare modern economy multinationals Multinationals Multinationals & Sweatshops The Economist Jul 29, 2010 “The Next China” Multinationals & Child Labour/

Topic 2: Women and Globalized Labour: Comparing Canada and DW (India and Mexico)

India: > 50% *; Mexico (27 mil.) 28% Surplus extraction from most women (low or no wages) unpaid work at home, in agriculture and in unofficial sector Issue: chronic poverty – want basic needs Feminization of poverty * Canada What is ‘Feminization of labour’? Women’s high labour/Home-Based Workers (Caragata: 2003) Work outside Home-based Canada of home work Type of Work Men Women Men Women Child care >15 hrs/wk 16% 25% 14% 40% Housework >15 hrs/wk 5% 16% 9% 41% /

Strategy for Increasing India’s Share in Global Exports of Made-ups

Efforts was made to reduce all the cost elements such as labour cost, cost of materials etc. Compliance of Social and Labour Standards Adherence to compliances like social responsibility, child labour, health and safety, e.g. SA 8000 widely adopted by/ 11.5 5 to 6 7 10 Source: Texprocil Benchmarking Report Utility cost comparison Comparison with Competitors in 2012 Parameters India Bangladesh Indonesia Egypt China Pakistan Turkey Labour wages (US $ / month) 135 87 226 328 127 839 Power Rate (US cents / /

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