Somalia Business: Labour

Somalia Business: Labour Last updated on Sunday 25th April 2010

The official 1987 labour distribution figures were as follows: agriculture, 72%; manufacturing, mining, construction, and utilities, 9%; government, trade, and services 19%. More recent figures are unavailable.

Because of the centralist policies of various interim governments, labour relations have been comparatively good.

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