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China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 16 (2006-07-21)

Labour News Protests and labour struggles Hundreds of former bank employees protest over redundancies
21 July 2006

County deducts benefits from Sichuan teachers' pay (IV)

[Broadcast 6 May 2006]
20 July 2006

China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 15 (2006-07-14)

Labour News Minimum wage Cities in Guangdong raise monthly minimum wage level Several major industrial cities in Guangdong, southern China, will raise their minimum wage levels in September as officials hope that it could help solve labour shortage in the province. [Read More]
14 July 2006

County deducts benefits from Sichuan teachers' pay (III)

[Broadcast 4 May 2006]
14 July 2006

China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 14 (2006-07-07)

Labour News Coal mine safety Mine managers in Henan be suspended if nine people die in one accident Mine managers of coal mines in Henan province with more than nine deaths in a single accident will be disqualified and suspended from working in mine operations for five years, according to provincial work safety officials. [Read More]
07 July 2006

County deducts benefits from Sichuan teachers' pay (I)

[Broadcast 29 April 2006]
06 July 2006

China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 13 (2006-06-30)

Labour News Industrial accident Death toll rises to 27 after coal mine explosion in Liaoning The number of miners killed at a coal mine explosion in Liaoning Province has increased to 27 after rescue work ended and rescuers recovered the bodies of five missing miners. [Read More]
30 June 2006

County deducts benefits from Sichuan teachers' pay (II)

[Broadcast 2 May 2006]
30 June 2006

China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 12 (2006-06-23)

Labour News Industrial accidents Sixteen killed in chemical plant explosion A total of 16 people died after an explosion at a chemical plant in Anhui province, with another 24 workers being treated in hospital for injuries. [Read More]
23 June 2006

Retired Yunnan teachers fight for equal pension treatment

[Broadcast on 10 May 2006]On 10 May, more than 700 former teachers of a kindergarten of a state-owned enterprise staged a peaceful sit-in in front of the provincial government offices, demanding the government award them pension payments on the same scale that used for retired teachers from the primary and secondary schools as well as retired civil servants, in accordance with the Teachers' Law. On the afternoon of 10 May, one of the retired teachers, speaking from the demonstration, described the situation.
23 June 2006
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