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China makes headway in fighting wage defaults

Updated: Dec 18,2019 09:32 PM    Xinhua

BEIJING — China has made progress in fighting against defaults on the wage of migrant workers since it launched a winter campaign on Nov 15, said the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security on Dec 18.

To date, China's human resource authorities helped around 81,000 migrant workers nationwide retrieve nearly 1.1 billion yuan (about $157 million) in wages.

A total of 6,654 wage default cases were handled and 354 criminal ones were handed over to public security authorities, it said.

China has intensified efforts to deal with wages in arrears for migrant workers in recent years, aiming to basically eradicate wage defaults by 2020.

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