BEIJING, June 25 (Reuters) - A burst of strikes in south China has disrupted production at auto makers Toyota and Honda , showing how the country's workers are becoming more assertive in seeking improved wages. [ID:nSGE65N02Q] Here are some questions and answers about what this could mean for foreign companies operating in or sourcing from China. HOW SERIOUS ARE THE STRIKES? So far the high-profile strikes have mostly hit parts suppliers for vehicle plants run by Japanese companies and ...
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