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China's labour law under fire as restructuring threatens jobs

Guangdong scrapping rises in minimum wage through 2018; local officials wary of labour unrest

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LABOUR PAIN: Mr Lou said the extent of protection afforded by the Labour Contract Law is unbalanced, encouraging companies to move jobs from China to other countries.

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CHINA'S labour protections are coming under fire from high places as economic restructuring pits officials concerned about social stability against a lobby arguing inflexible policies are stifling job creation and suppressing wages.

Company executives, especially at foreign

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