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117

Fox and Zhao, “China’s labor market reform;” Qiao, China’s Aging and Social

Security.

118 Xiao-yuan Dong, “The changing wage-structures in the 1990s: A comparison between rural and urban enterprises in China,” paper presented at the International Research Conference on Poverty, Inequality, Labor Market and Welfare Reform in China, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, Aug. 2004, Table 1, pp. 28- 29; on the Internet at http://econrsss.anu.edu.au/pdf/china-abstract-pdf/Dongpaper.pdf.

119 Kim Woodard and Anita Qingli Wang, “Acquisitions in China: A View of the Field,” China Business Review, Nov.-Dec. 2004, pp. 34-38, and “Acquisitions in China: Closing the Deal,” China Business Review, Jan.-Feb. 2005, p. 35.

120

See Fox and Zhao, “China’s labor market reform.”

121 Richard Jackson and Neil Howe, The Graying of the Middle Kingdom (Washington, DC, Center for Strategic and International Studies and Prudential Foundation, 2004), p. 14.

122 Hale and Hale, “China takes off,” p. 46; Lardy, “United States-China ties;” and Henny Sender, “Self-interest may lead China to revalue yuan,” Wall Street Journal, Apr. 19, 2004, p. A2.

123

Knight and Yueh, “Urban insiders versus rural outsiders.”

124 Jianchun Yang, “China working time statistics,” on the Internet at http://www.insee.fr/en/nom_def_met/colloques/citygroup/pdf/China-general.pdf; China Labor Statistical Yearbook 2004, p. 111; personal communication with NBS officials.

125

Yang, “China working time statistics,” p. 1.

126 See “Excessive overtime in Chinese supplier factories: Causes, impacts, and recommendations for action,” Verité Research Paper, Sept. 2004, on the Internet at http://www.verite.org/Excessive%20Overtime%20in%20Chinese%20Factories.pdf; and Leslie T. Chang, “At 18, Min finds a path to success in migration wave,” Wall Street Journal, Nov. 8, 2004, p. A1.

127 See the first section of this report, “Manufacturing employment in China,” subsection on “A major statistical anomaly,” text and endnote 48.

128

China Village and Town Enterprise Yearbook 2003, p. 219.

129 Employment weights are used to calculate an estimate of national total labor compensation in manufacturing.

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