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Topics of China labor shortage issues rise again
  • After the Lunar New Year holidays, labor shortage issues have become the hottest topic among the IT industy with Chongqing City government of China even hosted a conference in Taiwan to comfort the concerns.

    Last update: Friday 3 February 2012 [5 news items]

Chongqing government highlights labor supply

Feb 3, 14:57

Commenting on the usual labor shortages after the Lunar New Year holiday, Tong Xiaoping vice mayor of Chongqing, China, at a recent labor resource conference in Taiwan, pointed out...

Foxconn enjoys recruitment crowds

Feb 2, 01:20

Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry), despite being named a fear factory by the US media, still attracted large amounts of people in China looking for work, and the company's...

Acer, HP to expand notebook shipments from Chongqing, China in 2012

Feb 2, 01:05

As total notebook shipments from Chongqing, China increased to 15.74 million units in 2011 with production volume also growing more than 1,000 fold to US$5.15 billion, Acer and Hewlett-Packard...

China market: Some China-based motherboard vendors to withdraw due to hiked labor costs

Jan 13, 15:26

Under pressure of continued hikes in labor costs in China, at least half of the China-based motherboard vendors are expected to withdraw from the market in 2012, leaving an estimated...

Commentary: Could automation solve labor issues for Foxconn?

Jan 10, 14:52

China has always given the impression of having a large and cheap labor force. But as the country's population structure and social values are starting to change, Foxconn Electronics...

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