China parts strike idles Toyota factory
Toyota halted production at a car plant in Guangzhou, China, after one of its suppliers was shut down by a strike.
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#1 Jun 23, 2010
Very good. The Japs are producing for the domestic market in China. They may as well increase wages, before the Chinese public boycott them.
#3 Jun 29, 2010
I agree that it is good.
The Chinese Communist Party policy of keeping wages as low as possible to enhance their own thefts is unsustainable.
"RayHole" claims that the Japanese are at fault, not the CCP that pays him to post its propaganda and has not introduced minimum wage laws in the decades of its puppet regime. But everyone can see he is a paid CCP liar desperately trying top deflect criticism from the Chinese Communist Party and "spin" its obvious venality and incompetence.
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