BEIJING, June 22 (Reuters) - China's young rural migrant workers expect improved incomes and rights as they struggle for a foothold in urban society, the nation's official trade union said in a report that warns their demands are a test for stability. The report by the All-China Federation of Trade Unions does not mention the recent outburst of factory strikes initiated by migrant workers demanding higher wages. Senior Chinese officials have not directly commented on the labour unrest, ...
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