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Synonyms for blacklist

to exclude from normal social or professional activities

Synonyms for blacklist

a list of people who are out of favor

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put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycotted

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According to PPMO, there is a legal provision that a company facing blacklisting cannot take contracts until it gets a clean chit.
"This is certainly a positive development that there is no imminent threat of blacklisting [by the FATF] due to crucial support from Turkey, China and Malaysia", the official told Anadolu Agency on condition of anonymity as he was not allowed to make a public statement due to the sensitivity of the matter.
In a statement faxed to Reuters late on Friday, China's Foreign Ministry reiterated that the 'technical hold' on the blacklisting was to give more time for the committee to have further consultations on the issue.
"We are seeing blacklisting 'outsourced' to labour suppliers at the beck and call of large firms and acting as unaccountable instigators of union busting."
Its blacklisting took effect in September last year.
"The Government should nationalise Carillion now at the current market value of their shares (nothing) and go further by banning all of the construction companies involved in the blacklisting human rights conspiracy from any publicly-funded contracts."
PROTESTS Workers want to shame firms for blacklisting them.
McAlpine has said its links to blacklisting "are firmly in the past".
Unite assistant general secretary Gail Cartmail, said: "Contemporary blacklisting is an ongoing scandal in the construction industry.
Blacklisting came to light in 2009 when the Information Commissioner's Office seized a Consulting Association database of 3,213 construction workers and environmental activists, used by 44 companies to vet new recruits and keep out of employment trade union and health and safety activists.
But critics say they should not have been given the contract because they are facing court action over the blacklisting of construction workers with union links.
The blacklisting is often done by a website's numerical IP address, which is routinely shared by dozens of sites, all of which end up on the blacklist if one of them is banned.
"Unite has already supported numerous blacklisting cases in the courts and at employment tribunals and the union has already succeeded on behalf of many members.
The announcement follows protests led by trade unions UCATT, Unite, GMB and the TUC to raise awareness of blacklisting.
THE North East's biggest general union has backed Newcastle City Council after the local authority came out strongly against the practice of blacklisting.