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Abstract

As with other nations, Indonesia has enacted a set of laws that regulate the activities of individual employees, unions, and employers in the labor relations arena. However, unlike China, which now has a comprehensive statute governing all aspects of the employment relationship, Indonesia has a number of laws and regulations which establish the legal framework for labor-management dealings.

Keywords

Minimum Wage Collective Bargaining Pension Fund Child Labor Industrial Relation 
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