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Chinese labor dispute hits Honda plants

China's low-wage and migrant workers have begun to assert their rights, sparking waves of labor unrest, including strikes and work stoppages. The conflict was highlighted by a strike in May at Honda Motor's transmission factory in Foshan, where hundreds of workers walked off the job and shut four assembly plants.

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Worker unrest in China signals cheap labor may be thing of past
Article | BEIJING -- China has been hit with a recent wave of labor unrest, including strikes and partial shutdowns of factories, underscoring what experts call one of the most dramatic effects of three decades of startling growth: A seemingly endless supply of cheap labor is drying up, and workers are no ...

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