One-day strike hits German transport network
As a one-day strike has brought much of the German transport network to a halt, ...
As the traditional manufacturing heartlands of China – particularly the Yangtze and Pearl River deltas – begin to be drained of their production capacity, the migrant workers that filled the factory halls are increasingly demanding compensation for losing their jobs. The economic transformation underway in China is having a massive effect on its billion-strong workforce. There have now been some 250 strikes in the people’s republic since the beginning of the year.
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