BEIJING, June 26 (Reuters) - Chinese premier Wen Jiabao called for a "harmonious" relationship between labour and capital, in comments as he toured the province of Zhejiang known for its manufacturing and private entrepreneurs. A series of strikes, mostly at Japanese auto supply firms, has brought international attention to the prospect of rising wages in China, valued by foreign investors for its cheap workforce and good infrastructure. Wages must rise but the pace must be in line with ...
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