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Chart 4. Average hourly compensation costs of manufacturing workers, selected economies and regions, 2002

U.S. = 100 ($21.11) 120

U.S. = 100 ($21.11) 120

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100

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100

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Asian NIE's

Japan

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EU(15)

M e xic o

Brazil

Ch in a

United States

EU(15) are the European Union member countries prior to the expansion to 25 countries on May 1, 2004. Asian NIE's are the newly industrialized economies of Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan.

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SOURCES: Bureau of Labor Statistics, "International comparisons of hourly compensation costs for production workers in manufacturing, 1975-2003," Nov. 18, 2004; on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/fls/home.htm. For China, data are from this article and not from the BLS series. The data for China refer to all employees rather than just production workers.

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