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Booming China raises workers' hopes - and discontent

September 30, 2004

Robert Marquand

"...The lack of enforceable regulations in many factories has created an ideal situation for owners, labor sources say - no unions, no watchdogs, no history of tough legal actions, no local free press (there has been no story of the Selena strike in any mainland media). In fact, as a new report by Human Rights in China points out, labor problems are often murky because much information on labor is classified as 'secret.' News of strikes and wage rates are labeled 'highly secret...'"

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