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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
10/20/2010

Chinese Workers Ramp Up Demand for Better Wages
by Jamila Trindle, AOL News
08/15/2010

The Labor Movement in China
Focus: Interviews on global affairs and daily life
WILL-AM 580 - Illinois Public Media
08/03/2010

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
07/16/2010

Honda Workers Bypass 'Toothless' China Unions, Fueling Strikes
by Liza Lin and Stephanie Wong, Bloomberg
06/30/2010

As China Aids Labor, Unrest Is Still Rising
by Edward Wong, The New York Times
06/20/2010

Room for Debate: What Do China's Workers Want?
The New York Times
06/13/2010

Chinese Workers Challenge Beijing's Authority
by Norihiko Shirouzu, The Wall Street Journal
06/13/2010

Why is the Chinese government allowing workers to strike?
by Katherine Ryder, Fortune Magazine (via CNN Money)
06/10/2010

As China’s Wages Rise, Export Prices Could Follow
by David Barboza, The New York Times
06/07/2010

Labor unrest in China reflects changing demographics, more awareness of rights
by Keith Richburg, The Washington Post
06/07/2010

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