SHANGHAI China Unconfirmed news reports claim that China's state-affiliated labor union, the All-China Federation of Trade Unions, expects McDonald's China and Yum! Brands Inc. to accept unionization of employees in southern China by the end of 2007. These reports closely follow an earlier one accusing the two quick-service giants of paying part-time workers in the Guangdong capital of Guangzhou up to 40-percent-less than minimum wage. McDonald's China said in a statement that the ...
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