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The rise of Chinese labour

4 June 2010 By Wei Gu

Suicides and strikes are signs that the days of an unlimited army of unbelievably cheap and pliant labour are over. If the shrinking pool of employees gets too powerful, the country’s competitiveness could be hurt. As workers get less flexible, managers have to get more so.

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