Chinese Workers Strike at Honda: A New Beginning?
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Some experts felt that the country could make the shift from merely exploiting labor in export-oriented industries to a greater reliance on home markets that could be achieved by a higher pay. The strike had serious implications for the global supply chain.
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Labor Unrest, Labor Union activism, Strikes, Dysfunctional Labor Union, Emergence of Leadership in a Union, Collective Bargaining, Negotiation, Lewisian Turning Point for economy, Labor Legislation, Grievance handling, Difficulties in Economic Growth in China, Internship programs, Impact of strikes on the global supply chain, Taylorism, Competitiveness of Chinese Economy
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