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Beijing vows to raise minimum wages - FT.com

Beijing vows to raise minimum wages - FT.com | right to decent work | Scoop.it
China has pledged to increase minimum wages and force state-owned companies to hand over more of their revenues to the public as part of a push to tackle growing inequality.

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China's migrant worker pay growth nearly halved in 2012 - Fox Business

China's migrant worker pay growth nearly halved in 2012 - Fox Business | right to decent work | Scoop.it
People's Daily Online China's migrant worker pay growth nearly halved in 2012 Fox Business BEIJING – The annual increase in pay for China's 163 million migrant workers almost halved in 2012, an official survey showed on Monday, signaling a looser...
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China's nightmarish working conditions : By the numbers - The Week Magazine

The Week Magazine China's nightmarish working conditions : By the numbers The Week Magazine he fire that killed dozens of people inside a locked poultry slaughterhouse in China on Monday has renewed calls for improving the often appalling...
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Domestic workers' rights move closer to becoming reality worldwide ...

Domestic workers' rights move closer to becoming reality worldwide ... | right to decent work | Scoop.it
According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), there are 53-100 million domestic workers worldwide, 83 per cent of whom are women.[1] They represent 4 to 10 per cent of the labour force in developing countries ...
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Strains Show in China's Job Market - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal Strains Show in China's Job Market Wall Street Journal BEIJING—A wave of strikes and worker protests in China's southern export belt is a fresh sign that slowing growth and rising wages have started to pinch the labor market on...
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Rising costs in China are not an excuse to exploit workers - South China Morning Post

Rising costs in China are not an excuse to exploit workers - South China Morning Post | right to decent work | Scoop.it
Rising costs in China are not an excuse to exploit workers
South China Morning Post
The fact is that multinationals are facing comprehensive increases in all their expenditure, not just labour costs.
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