steel workers protest
Jonathan Lassen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thu, 29 Sep 2005 17:40:22 -0400
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Reportedly 40,000 laid-off steel workers marched in Anyang on Sept.
20th, and steel workers (not sure if laid-off or not) in Chongqing
have been blocking a road on and off for a few weeks now. The latter
protest also spread to at least one other factory. Haven't seen a peep
in the Chinese or English press on this. Anyone outside the Great
Firewall heard anything?