Codigo Del Trabajo: Del Contrato De Trabajo De Las Organizaciones Sindicales De Los Tribunales y De La Direccion Del Trabajo
by Gutenberg Ediciones
Santiago, Chile: Gutenberg Ediciones Imprenta Libreria. Good. 1971. Paperback. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Cover soiled. Contents clean and tight. 112 pages. Written in Spanish. A study of work and labor in Chile. .
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