BEIJING, Aug 28 (Reuters) - China says it is understandable for its workers to demand higher wages after foregoing pay increases during the worst of the economic crisis, a Japanese official said after talks with Chinese counterparts. A wave of strikes in China have hit Japanese companies and their suppliers in particular in recent months. The issue was raised in a meeting between senior officials from both countries in Beijing on Saturday, Japanese Foreign Ministry spokesman Satoru Satoh ...
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