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10,000 Chinese Factories Closed Since New Labour Laws

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Newsnight now.

THE WORKFORCE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD

Chinese workers have traditionally had few rights to speak out, but a country where strikes are illegal is now becoming the strike centre of the world. In the first of two special films from China, Paul Mason reports on the new Chinese workforce - the 300 million people whose cheap labour provides the life force of the economy - and how some are beginning to fight for their employment rights and are being physically attacked in the process.

Watch it online

- things are changing in China FAST.

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Guest Charlie The Tramp
Newsnight now.

Don't know whether you can i-player this but it's clear things are changing in China FAST.

Newsnight Live When finished you can watch it on demand up to 24 hours.

I must say it`s a very interesting slot.

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Newsnight Live When finished you can watch it on demand for 24 hours.

I must say it`s a very interesting slot.

Thanks Charlie - have edited my original.

Perhaps now is as good a time as any to upgrade computers etc. Looks like sterling + wage costs are likely to make durables more expensive even as credit is withdrawn. Nothing we hadn't expected.

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Nothing we hadn't expected.

I can see them very soon exporting inflation in a big way. The West have relied on them too long for all the cheap goods they have supplied us with.

Must get in quick while they are giving all those Laptops away, well at least more or less. ;)

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