July 27 (Reuters) - A increase in labour disputes between management and workers in China, mostly at foreign-owned factories in the southeast, has raised questions about the country's future as a low-cost manufacturing centre. An appreciation in the yuan, and expectations of further gains to come, is also increasing costs in the world's largest exporter. Following are some comments from executives at leading global firms on the impact of labour disputes and a strengthening yuan on their ...
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