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China’s manufacturers forced to up wages to US$1,500 a month, with workers unwilling to return ahead of Lunar New Year

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s manufacturing recovery, fuelled in part by demand from Covid-constrained consumers abroad, has soared past expectations this year – so much so that factories are now struggling to fill a shortage of blue-collar workers to clear mounting orders.The country’s output of industrial robots, computer equipment and integrated circuits has roared back from its coronavirus paralysis. For those items, production for the year to November is up 22.2 per cent, 10.1 per cent and 15.9 per cent,…

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China’s manufacturing recovery, fuelled in part by demand from Covid-constrained consumers abroad, has soared past expectations this year – so much so that factories are now struggling to fill a shortage of blue-collar workers to clear mounting orders.The country’s output of industrial robots, computer equipment and integrated circuits has roared back from its coronavirus paralysis. For those items, production for the year to November is up 22.2 per cent, 10.1 per cent and 15.9 per cent,…
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