Beijing May Revive Drafting Wage Rules, South China Morning Post Reports

China’s government may consider reviving a draft wage regulation to let workers negotiate for pay increases and introduce a wage-setting mechanism linked to economic growth, the South China Morning Post reported, without citing anyone.

The regulation was first introduced in 2007 and was shelved for two years because the government was concerned the global economic crisis might hurt investment, the Post said.

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