Charges by United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger that China mistreats its workers, are denounced by a government spokesman. The U.S. labor leader tells the Detroit Economic Club that China foments a climate that is hostile to workers and trade unions, but a spokesman for the Chinese Consulate in Chicago denies the allegation. Gettelfinger's remarks "are not the facts," says spokesman Jin Zhijian. China has health and safety legislation that governs state-run and wholly owned ...
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