Aug 19 (Reuters) - China's workers are increasingly voicing their discontent on labour conditions and pay, threatening to undermine the government's legitimacy and erode the nation's competitiveness as a low-cost factory hub. Following are recent developments -- 0930 GMT on Thursday (* new or updated items): * On Aug. 16, 220 out of 350 workers walked off their jobs at the Beijing factory of Korean-owned Lotte China Foods, according to a company spokesman. The workers, who were ...
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