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See also Committee on China - Report 1990 Urgent memo to Mazur and vp Susan Cowell from ILGWU International Relations Director Michele Briones re AFL-CIO Committee Report on China noting that she disagreed with draft, recommending inclusion of an alternative writeup of presentation by representative from Beijing Workers Autonomous Federation; first and second draft reports of October 18, 1990, meeting and report to the AFL-CIO Executive Council; final draft (?) of Subcommittee on China Report to the Executive Council of the AFL-CIO, February 1991; draft statements by the AFL-CIO Executive Council on China, February 1991; Statement on United States-China Trade Relations Submitted by Jay Mazur, President, ILGWU, June 19, 1991, before the Subcommittee on Trade, Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives; statement by Mark A. Anderson, assistant director, Department of Economic Research, AFL-CIO, before the House subcommittee on trade, on Most Favored Nation Status for the People's Republic of China, June 12, 1991, with attached AFL-CIO special report, "Forced Labor in China," October 1990; statement by the AFL-CIO Executive Council on "Toycott": Opposing China's Export of Prison-Made Goods, May 8, 1991; letter from Mazur to Chinese government official, expressing dismay at fire at Zing Ye Raincoat Factory in Guangdong province, in which 80 workers were burned to death because of the management's practice of locking all the exits, comparing it to the Triangle Shirtwaist fire that killed workers under similar circumstances but led to government-mandated industrial safety reforms, urging Chinese government do the same, July 29, 1991; letter from Mazur to Sir David Wilson, governor of Hong Kong, opposing proposed new law, the Trade Description Bill, which would allow partially knitted items from Hong Kong to be linked and finished elsewhere and still retain the "Made in Hong Kong" label, warning that since these would most likely be finished by prison labor in China, the ILGWU would oppose imports of these products to the U.S., July 11, 1991; letter to Mazur from secretary-treasurer of Food and Allied Service Trades re Democracy for China Fund, July 3, 1991, with attached fact sheets; article, "Prospects and Dilemmas of Chinese Workers," by Ivan D. London, Miriam London, and Ta-ling Lee, in Workers under Communism, July 19, 1991; letter from the Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars, inviting Jinghua Lu of the Beijing Workers Autonomous Federation to appear as guest, June 20, 1991; copies of newsletter, China Labor Notes, an update on events In the PRC by the Asian-American Free Labor Institute/AFL-CIO; clipping from Newsweek

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