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Strikes erupt in China’s Sichuan province

By John Chan 

9 January 2012

Thousands of workers from the state-owned company Pangang Group Chengdu Steel & Vanadium (known as Chengdu Steel) went on strike on January 4 over low wages in Chengdu, the capital of the inland province of Sichuan.

The New York-based China Labour Watch put the number of strikers at 2,000, but other reports estimated that 10,000 were involved. Hong Kong’sMingpao Daily said 1,000 police were sent to block the workers, who marched to a crossroad of the Chengdu-Mianyang Highway near the factory.

China Labour Watch reported: “Over several hours, the confrontation paralysed traffic and the police dispelled the crowd by use of pepper spray. Several workers were injured in the ensuing clashes.” Five workers were arrested, but released after the steel company intervened.

Witnesses quoted online said workers were holding banners saying, “We want a wage increase” or “We want to survive, we want meals.” Other slogans called on the enterprise to disclose the salaries of the management. Read more ….

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~ par Alain Bertho sur 9 janvier 2012.

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