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The right to strike in Vietnam's private sector

Ly Khanh Trinh (UGent)
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This article addresses the right to strike in the context of the new Labour Code and amended Trade Union Law of Vietnam. It analyses major problems posed today by wildcat strikes in Vietnam’s private sector. It argues that the on going approaches of the Vietnamese government and its social partners in strike resolution are ineffective and inconsistent with International Labour Standards. Finally, it suggests a model for the prevention and settlement of such strikes.
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Wildcat strike, private sector, new Labour Code and amended Trade Union Law, Vietnam.

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Trinh, Ly Khanh. 2015. “The Right to Strike in Vietnam’s Private Sector.” Ed. David Engel, Tom Ginsburg, Weidong Ji, Setsuo Miyazawa, and Jan Michiel Otto. Asian Journal of Law and Society 2 (1): 115–135.
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Trinh, L. K. (2015). The right to strike in Vietnam’s private sector. (D. Engel, T. Ginsburg, W. Ji, S. Miyazawa, & J. M. Otto, Eds.)ASIAN JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY, 2(1), 115–135.
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Trinh LK. The right to strike in Vietnam’s private sector. Engel D, Ginsburg T, Ji W, Miyazawa S, Otto JM, editors. ASIAN JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY. Cambridge University Press; 2015;2(1):115–35.
MLA
Trinh, Ly Khanh. “The Right to Strike in Vietnam’s Private Sector.” Ed. David Engel et al. ASIAN JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY 2.1 (2015): 115–135. Print.
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