DETROIT – Growing labor unrest in China should not be unexpected, and foreign automotive manufacturers in the country must become accustom to paying higher wages, industry executives with major operations there say. “China is like every other country in the world,” says Tim Manganello, CEO of parts-supplier BorgWarner Inc., which recently added a multi-million dollar Shanghai technical center to its footprint in China. “As (the Chinese) become more and more mature, their gross domestic ...
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