June 25 (Reuters) - Discontent among China's estimated 150 million strong pool of migrant workers, who have helped power the country's growth, threatens to undermine the government's legitimacy and erode the nation's competitiveness as a low-cost factory hub. (For full coverage of China labour issues: [ID:nSGE65103V]) Following are recent developments -- 0500 GMT on Friday (* new or updated items) * Workers at a Denso (Guangzhou Nansha) Co Ltd factory said the plant returned to full ...
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