Laid-off staff and workers
Manufacturing economic organizations – urban
Most manufacturing employees in cities are employed by workplaces and factories organized as work units (danwei); their employees totaled 30 million at yearend 2002. These manufacturing work units may be state-owned enterprises, urban collectives, or private sector enterprises.
Smaller in size than the work units are the “private enterprises” (siying qiye), which had a total of 5.64 million manufacturing investors and employees in
China’s cities in 2002.
The definition of a siying qiye
8 or more
that is There
privately owned and privately are three types of siying qiye:
is that it is operated and
duzi qiye – exclusive investment, solely owned by a single investor
hehuo qiye – partnership
youxian zeren qiye – limited liability enterprise that has 2-30 investors
Smaller than the siying qiye are the individual and family-owned enterprises called getihu, which totaled 2.57 million manufacturing workers in China’s cities in 2002. A getihu has fewer than 8 employees.
Manufacturing employment in urban units chengzhen danwei zhizaoye jiuye renyuan
See also “Manufacturing economic organizations – urban”