May 28 (Reuters) - Trade unions have become more vocal across Europe since the global financial crisis began, although union membership has broadly declined across the continent. Below is a factbox on trade unions in European emerging markets. For a factbox on trade unions in Western Europe, click here [ID:nLR987269] For a factbox on unions in the Middle Eastern and African markets, click here [ID:nLS652792] BALTIC STATES -- Unions in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia have become more ...
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