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China’s migrants workers should be given local resident status, could boost spending by up to 30 per cent

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Providing migrant workers in Chinese cities with full access to local government services would boost their consumption by as much as 30 per cent and help China double its middle-income population, an adviser to China’s central bank said.Nearly 64 per cent of Chinese people live in towns and cities, but only a bit more than 45 per cent have an urban hukou, an official document providing full access to local public services such as schools and hospitals, Cai Fang, a member of the People’s Bank…

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Providing migrant workers in Chinese cities with full access to local government services would boost their consumption by as much as 30 per cent and help China double its middle-income population, an adviser to China’s central bank said.Nearly 64 per cent of Chinese people live in towns and cities, but only a bit more than 45 per cent have an urban hukou, an official document providing full access to local public services such as schools and hospitals, Cai Fang, a member of the People’s Bank…

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