A workers’ manifesto for China

More labour-intensive growth would boost household income and consumption as a share of GDP and so help to reduce the trade surplus. But, perhaps more importantly, by allowing workers to enjoy more of the rewards of rapid growth it could also help to prevent future social unrest, and it would reduce pollution as the economy became less dependent on energy-guzzling industries.


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