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19 Apr 2006

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US-China Business Council

[PDF] Comments on the Draft Labor Contract Law of the People's Republic of China

We respectfully submit that the proposed rules on labor contracts contain a number of concerns for our membership... In practice...several provisions would result in the loss of rights rather than the gaining of rights, as the draft law intends. The Draft Law may also reduce employment opportunities for PRC workers and negatively impact the PRC's competitiveness and appeal as a destination for foreign investment.

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