Alle Einträge vom 1.6.2010

Our hot Chinese dalliance

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

As China rises, it demands a deference we should be wary to give Von Peter Hartcher (Sydney Morning Herald).


China zieht Konsequenzen aus Fehlurteilen

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

Folter-Geständnisse als Beweismittel vor Gericht unzulässig. Quelle: NZZ.


Hardship and dreams …

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

… for employee at logistics company “… they do not have weekends and holidays … this job uses up all my energy …” (Global Times).


iPeds, iRobots, and the Chinese iPad clone machine

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

“Surprising no one, iPad clones are sprouting up in the IP rip-off capital of the world — China — including one charmingly and thoroughly unimaginatively known as the iPed …” Von Rik Myslewski. Quelle: The Register.


China may levy property tax

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

“… About 20 percent of China’s real estate is owned by people with multiple properties, according to estimates …” Quelle: Xinhua.


China’s shift away from cheap labor hard on all

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

“… ‘The 80s and 90s generation workers need more care and respect and need to be motivated to work with enthusiasm’ said Guangdong party chief Wang Yang …” Von Elaine Kurtenbach. Quelle: Bloomberg-Businessweek.


Experts call for affirmative action for farmers as wealth gap widens

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

“In … Guangdong Province, where many migrant workers are involved in
the labor-intensive processing trade businesses, an employer can save as much as 6,000 yuan a year by hiring a migrant worker but not paying for his social insurance …” Von Cong Mu. Quelle: Global Times.


Unrest May Signal New Phase in China Economy (aktualisiert)

Tuesday, 1.6.2010

Add another entry to the list of worries for the global economy and financial markets: labor unrest in China. Von Keith Bradsher. Quelle: NYT. Update: Honda Offers Strikers in China 24% Pay Boost (WSJ).