Labor unrest in China has been on the rise in recent years, and China Labour Bulletin is now...
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Caixin’s Lan Fang describes the predicament of China’s first generation of migrant...
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The government plans to provide better social service benefits and housing assistance for young migrant workers. From the Washington Post: For decades, China has restrained migration by linking access to low-cost public services...
by Liu Yong | Dec 27, 2008
From Economic Observer Online: A draft to reform the social security scheme in allowing Chinese migrant workers to transfer their pension accounts and contributions nationwide has been finalized, sources revealed to the Economic...
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