Tax Relief Time for Strained Manufacturers
For now, at least, company promises to raise wages have quieted some of the headline-grabbing labor unrest that erupted recently at major manufacturers including Foxconn and a Honda plant in Nanhai, Guangdong Province. This may be the beginning of a trend: A wave of salary increases could ripple through China's manufacturing sector as labor and management interests strive for balance.
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