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Preface

This 2005 report is an expanded, updated, refined, and further refereed version of the author’s original report, which was posted on the BLS website as of the end of 2004. The first section of the current report, “Manufacturing Employment in China,” is a much expanded version of the article of the same name published in the Monthly Labor Review, July 2005 issue, and posted separately on this website. The second section of this report, “Manufacturing Earnings and Compensation in China,” is a significantly expanded version of the article of the same name published in the Monthly Labor Review, August 2005 issue, which is also posted on this BLS website. Material in this report that is not found in the two MLR articles includes the Executive Summary and Table of Contents, the section on occupational categories of China’s manufacturing employees, the section “Is China’s labor supply inexhaustible?”, the section discussing the many sources of the competitiveness of China’s manufacturing enterprises, a section on factors that hamper China’s competitiveness in manufacturing, estimation of the take-home pay of China’s manufacturing employees calculated using the purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rate, and the Glossary and Definitions section in the Appendix.

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