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Levels of union density vary widely across the EU states plus Norway, from over 70% in Finland and Sweden to 8% in France. However, density is not the only indication of unions’ capacity to mobilise workers. In most countries union membership has been falling in recent years, and, even where it is growing, it has not generally kept pace with the rise in the numbers employed. Most European states have several competing union confederations, often divided on political grounds, although the ideological differences may subsequently have weakened. Union mergers continue to remake the trade union landscape, although generally within ...
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