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Chinese Labour in the Global Economy
This article compares the electronics sector in the area of Shenzhen, based on cheap labour assembling goods for export, with the IT sector in the area of Shanghai, relying on a more skilled workforce manufacturing high value-added goods. It is asked in what way these rather different locations within the global political economy condition the form and contents of resistance in these two sectors. The article concludes that industrial relations are more confrontational in the electronics sectordoi:10.4324/9781315191218-3 fatcat:cdsojnzp2raa3g3ychznxxwxga