Today, the Australian Workers Union (AWU) together with Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) announced that they will be required to breach the bilateral agreement signed between various countries so that employment is retained in the country.
Soon a meeting will be held to understand as how to use country's own resources so that employment could be created. It has been informed that for the introduction of further jobs the country might even break the free trade partnership with countries like the US and China.
While supporting the plans the AWU National Secretary, Paul Howes said the policies are followed by a very few number of countries. He said, "If everyone else is going to cheat well maybe we shouldn't be so purist and well behaved and maybe we should cheat as well".
The AMWU President, Paul Bastian echoed with Paul Howes when he said that the bilateral trade deal was never accepted by the union members. It has been said by the AWU and AMWU that if bilateral trade deal had to be carried out, it should be carried out in balance so that employment with in the country could also be created. The two are pressuring the government in thinking for the benefits of the citizen and the country's growth rather than on improving relationships with other coun
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