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Unions push for collective wage bargaining (3)

By  Chen Xin  (China Daily)

08:51, August 30, 2012

He also called for worldwide union efforts to improve the employment environment, increase job opportunities and lift more workers out of poverty by offering training programs and creating worker mutual-aid programs to effectively reduce poverty and better protect worker's rights.

Commenting on Chinese trade union efforts in protecting workers' rights, Mahadevan said a lot of improvements in working conditions are taking places in China.

He said he has noticed that Chinese workers are becoming more involved in government decisions as more workers are increasingly elected as local legislators.

"It's a good move," he said.


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