Published on: 2016-01-06
The Global Network for Advancement Management (GNAM) carried a research summary by IEMS’ Albert Park looking into China’s phenomenal economic growth which has pushed up demand for labor and wages, how the benefits are being distributed, and if such labor and wages are robust to withstand an economic slowdown.
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