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August 31, 2010

A roundup of recent comments by CCS Director Mary Gallagher's on Chinese labor politics in light of recent unrests

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Chinese Workers’ Rising Rights-Consciousness
by Stanley Lubman, The Wall Street Journal Digital Network

Chinese Workers Ramp Up Demand for Better Wages
by Jamila Trindle, AOL News

The Labor Movement in China
Focus: Interviews on global affairs and daily life
WILL-AM 580 - Illinois Public Media

A University of Michigan Podcast: Worker strikes in China could drive up prices for goods

China costs are great wall for fashion firms
by Adrianne Pasquarelli, Crain's New York Business

Honda Workers Bypass 'Toothless' China Unions, Fueling Strikes
by Liza Lin and Stephanie Wong, Bloomberg

As China Aids Labor, Unrest Is Still Rising
by Edward Wong, The New York Times

Room for Debate: What Do China's Workers Want?
The New York Times

Chinese Workers Challenge Beijing's Authority
by Norihiko Shirouzu, The Wall Street Journal

Why is the Chinese government allowing workers to strike?
by Katherine Ryder, Fortune Magazine (via CNN Money)

As China’s Wages Rise, Export Prices Could Follow
by David Barboza, The New York Times

Labor unrest in China reflects changing demographics, more awareness of rights
by Keith Richburg, The Washington Post

Posted by zzhu at August 31, 2010 02:21 AM