Manufacturing earnings and compensation in China

@inproceedings{Banister2005ManufacturingEA,
  title={Manufacturing earnings and compensation in China},
  author={Judith Banister},
  year={2005}
}
On the basis of published earnings data, estimated compensation ratios, and estimated hours, China's manufacturing employees averaged about 57 cents compensation per hour worked in 2002 W ith by far the world's largest manufacturing workforce, at more than 100 million, 1 China is widely known to have low labor costs. Statistics available for the first time for the entire country for 2002 now permit the estimation of those costs with some degree of precision. Employees in China's city… CONTINUE READING

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