The cooperative movement as a solution

Ruano, Lida Estela
April 1996
Caribbean Business;4/25/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 16, p21
Reports that the Cooperativa Industrial San Jose in Aibonito employees came together and reopened the plant as a cooperative after hearing that the factory was going to shutdown. What Ivan Alonso wanted to establish; Types of contracts that were issued; Number of members in the co-op; Comments from chairwoman Myriam Figueroa; Number of employees in the co-op.


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