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Thousands of factories closing in southern China, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs and at least 6 million students trying to enter the workforce in just a few months, add to that makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs and China’s unemployment rate is set to worsen amid the sharp global economic downturn. Economists, such as Wang Zhiyong, researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban registered rate of 4.2% at the end of 2008.

 

My estimation is that with the financial crisis the unemployment rate would rise to eight or even nine percent, the real unemployment rate. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers, doesn’t include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns.

 

Two days ahead of China’s National People’s Congress, delegates from all around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world’s third largest economy. The meeting this week is a lightening rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or solved. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

 

I don’t have a job. I cannot do anything because there are no jobs out there. Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents, sparked by anger over corruption, land disputes and sackings. In 2007, China had over 80, 000 mass incidents, up by a third from 2006 in a high-growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring. Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing.
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Thousands of factories closing in southern China, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs and at least 6 million students trying to enter the work force in just a few months, add to that makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs and China’s unemployment rate is expected to worsen amid the sharp global economic downturn. Economists, such as Wang Zhi Yong, researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as urban registered rate of 4.2% at the end of 2008.

 

My estimate is that with the financial crisis the unemployment rate would rise to 8% or even 9% the real unemployment rate. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers, doesn’t include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns.

 

Two days ahead of China’s National People’s Congress, delegates from all around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world’s third largest economy. The meeting this week is a lightening rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or solved. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s headquarter in unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

 

I don’t have a job. I cannot do anything because there are no jobs out there. Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents sparked by anger over corruption, land dispute and sacking. In 2007, China had over 80, 000 mass incidents, up by a third from 2006 in a high-growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring. Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing

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Thousands of factories closing in southern China, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs, and at least 60 million students trying to enter the work force in just few months, add to that makes millions more are already out of work or failing to find jobs. And China’s unemployment rate is expected to worsen and to meet the sharp global economic downturn.

 

 Economists, such as Wang Zhiyong, researcher with China academic and social science say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban register rate of 4.2% at the end of 2008. “My estimation is the there is a financial crisis, the unemployed rate will rise to 8 even 9 percent, the real unemployment rate. All we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers, doesn’t include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns.”

 

Two days ahead of China’s National People’s Congress, delegates from all around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world third largest economy. The meeting in this week is enlightening rod for those helping grievances will be aired or stopped. Last week hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s headquarters in an unusually coordinate action ahead of the NPC. “I don’t have a job; I can not do anything because there are no jobs out there.”

 

Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests and strikes what officials call mass incidents. Spark by anger over corruption light the / sacking. In 2007, China had over 80,000 mass incidents up by a third from 2006. In a high growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring.   

 

         

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Thousands of factories are closing in southern China. Over 20 million migrant workers are losing jobs, and at least six million students are trying to enter the workforce in just a few months. Add to that, makes millions more are ready out of work or failing to find jobs. And China's unemployment rate is set to worsen amid the sharp economic downturn. Economists, such Wang Zhiyong, researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban registered rate, a 4.2% at the end of 2008.

"My estimation is that with the financial crisis, the unemployment rate will rise to eight or even nine percent, the real unemployment. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers. It doesn't include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns."

Two days ahead of China's National People's Congress, delegates from all around the country gathered in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world's third largest economy. The meeting this week is the lightning rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or soft. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

"I don't have a job. I cannot do nothing because there is no jobs out there."

Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local rise, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents, sparked by anger over corruption, land disputes and sackings. In 2007, China had over 80,000 mass incidents, up by 1/3 from 2006, in a high growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring.

Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing.
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 Thousands of factories closing in southern china, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs. And at least 6 million students trying to enter the workforce in just the few months .Add to mix millions more are already out of work or failing to find jobs . And china unemployment rate is settled worsen and meet the sharp global economic downturn.Economist such as Wang zhi yong , researcher with china academy of social science, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as urban register rate at 4.2% at the end of 2008.My estimation is that with the financial crisis ,the unemployment rate would raise 8 or even 9 percent, the real unemployment rate . What we have is only the government register on the employment rate for city dwellers . Doesn't include migrant workers or people working outside the hometowns . Two days ahead of china national congress ,delegatesfromallroundthe country , gather in beijing , tho hand out plan for the third largest economy. The meeting this week is the lighting rock for those hoping grievances would be aired or solved last week , hundreds of laid-off employees gather at industrial and commercial bank of china headquarter, in an unusually coordinate action ahead of NPC ."I don't have job, I can't do anything becauce there are no jobs out there. Rising on employment falling income and discontent over inequality would bring lacal riots , protest or strikes. What official call mass incident ,sparked by anger over corruption land dispute and sacking .In 2007 , china had over 80,000 mass incidents .Up by a third from 2006,and high period , raising concern of what the downturn will bring ,Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing .

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Thousands of factories closing in southern China, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs and at least 6 million students trying to enter the workforce in just a few months, add to that makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs and China’s unemployment rate is expected to worsen amid the sharp global economic downturn. Economists, such as Wang Zhi Yong, researcher of China Academy of Social Sciences, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban registered rate of 4.2% at the end of 2008.

 

My estimation is that with the financial crisis the unemployment rate would rise to eight or even nine percents, the real unemployment rates. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers, doesn’t include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns.

 

Two days ahead of China’s National People’s Congress, delegates from all around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world’s third largest economy. The meeting this week is a lightening rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or solved. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

 

I don’t have a job. I cannot do anything because there are no jobs out there. Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents sparked by anger over corruption, land dispute and sackings. In 2007, China had over 80, 000 mass incidents, up by a third from 2006 in a high-growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring. Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing

 

 

 

 

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Thousands of factories closing in southern china over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs and at least 6 million students trying to enter the workforce in just a few months. add to that makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs. and china's unemployment rate is expected to worsen amid the sharp global economic downturn. economist, such as Wang Zhiyong. researcher with China academy of social science says the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban  registered rate of 4.2 percent at the end of 2008.

 

my estimation is that with the financial crisis the unemployment will rise to 8 even 9 percent, the real unemployment rate. what we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers, doesnt include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns. two days ahead of Chian's national people's congress. delegates from all  around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world's third largest economy the meeting this week is a lighting rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or solved .

last week, hundreds of laid off employees gathered at industrial and commercial bank of china's headquarters in unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

"I don't have a job I can not do anything because there is no jobs out there"

rising on unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests or strikes. what officials called mass incidents sparked by anger over corruption, land disputes and sackings. in 2007, China had over 80,000 mass incidents. up by a third from 2006, in the high-growth period raising concerns of what the downturn will bring.


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Thousands of factories closing in southern China, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs and at least 6 million students try to enter the work force in just few months, at that makse millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs and China's unemployment rate is said to worse than estimate the shark global economic downturn. Economist such as Wang Zhiyong, researchers of China and social scientists say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban ... rate of 4.2% at the end 2008.


My estimation is with the financial crisis the unemployment rate will rise to 8 or even 9%. The real unemployment rate we have now only the goverment registered unemployment rate ... doesn't including thousands of migrant workers or people who outside their hometowns.

Two days ahead of China's National People's Congress, delegates from all around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world's third largest economy. The meeting this week ...for hoping ... will be eared or solved.

Last week hundreds of layed off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China'a headquarters in an unusually coodinated actions ahead of NPC.

"I don't have a job, I can not do anything because there is no jobs out there."

Rising unempoyment falling incomg and discounted ...may bring more local riot protests of strikes. What officials call mess incidence sparked by anger over corruption land disbused ... And 2007, China has over 80,000 mess incidences or by a third from 2006 in the high growth period raising concerns of what down town will bring.

Kitty Bu reporting from Reuters in Beijing.
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Thousands of factories / closing in southern China. Over 20 million migrant workers / losing jobs, and at least six million students / trying to enter the workforce in just a few months. Add to that, makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs. And China's unemployment rate is set to worsen amid the sharp economic downturn. Economists, such Wang Zhiyong, researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban registered rate, a 4.2% at the end of 2008.

"My estimation is that with the financial crisis, the unemployment rate will rise to eight or even nine percent, the real unemployment rate. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers. It doesn't include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns."

Two days ahead of China's National People's Congress, delegates from all around the country gathered in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world's third largest economy. The meeting this week is the lightning rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or soft. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

"I don't have a job. I cannot do anything because there is no job out there."

Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local rise, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents, sparked by anger over corruption, land disputes and sackings. In 2007, China had over 80,000 mass incidents, up by 1/3 from 2006, in a high growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring.

Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing.

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Thousands of factories closing in southern China, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs and at least 6 million students trying to enter the workforce in just a few months, add to that makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs and China’s unemployment rate is said to worsen amid the sharp global economic downturn. Economists, such as Wang Zhi Yong, researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban registered rate of 4.2% at the end of 2008.

 

My estimation is that with the financial crisis the unemployment rate would rise to eight or even nine percent, the real unemployment rate. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers, doesn’t include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns.

 

Two days ahead of China’s National People’s Congress, delegates from all around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world’s third largest economy. The meeting this week is a lightening rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or solved. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

 

I don’t have a job. I cannot do anything because there are no jobs out there. Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents sparked by anger over corruption, land dispute and sackings. In 2007, China had over 80, 000 mass incidents, up by a third from 2006 in a high-growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring. Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing

 

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Thousands of factories closing in southern China, over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs and at least 6 million students trying to enter the work force in just a few months, add to that makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs and China’s unemployment rate is expected to worsen amid the sharp global economic downturn. Economists, such as Wang Zhi Yong, researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as urban registered rate of 4.2% at the end of 2008.

 

My estimation is that with the financial crisis the unemployment rate would rise to 8% or even 9% the real unemployment rate. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers, doesn’t include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns.

 

Two days ahead of China’s National People’s Congress, delegates from all around the country gather in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world’s third largest economy. The meeting this week is a lightening rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or solved. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

 

I don’t have a job. I cannot do anything because there are no jobs out there. Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents sparked by anger over corruption, land dispute and sacking. In 2007, China had over 80, 000 mass incidents, up by a third from 2006 in a high-growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring.

 

Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing

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Thousands of factories are closing in southern China. Over 20 million migrant workers are losing jobs, and at least six million students are trying to enter the workforce in just a few months. Add to that, makes millions more are ready out of work or failing to find jobs. And China's unemployment rate is set to worsen amid the sharp economic downturn. Economists, such Wang Zhiyong, researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban registered rate, a 4.2% at the end of 2008.
"My estimation is that with the financial crisis, the unemployment rate will rise to eight or even nine percent, the real unemployment. What we have now is only the government registered unemployment rate for city dwellers. It doesn't include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns."
Two days ahead of China's National People's Congress, delegates from all around the country gathered in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world's third largest economy. The meeting this week is the lightning rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or soft. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.
"I don't have a job. I cannot do nothing because there is no jobs out there."
Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local rise, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents, sparked by anger over corruption, land disputes and sackings. In 2007, China had over 80,000 mass incidents, up by 1/3 from 2006, in a high growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring. Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing.
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Thousands of factories are closing in Southern China.Over 20 million migrant workers are losing jobs,at least 6 million students are trying to enter the workforce in just a few months.Add to that million more already-out-of workers were failing to find a job.and China unemployment rate is set to worsen amid sharp global economic downturn.Economist such as Wangzhiyong,researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences,say the real unemployment rate could be at least twices as high as urban registed rate,a 4.2% at the end of 2008.

 

My estimation is that with finncial crisis,here the unemployment rate will rise to eight or nine percent, the real unemployment rate.What we have now is only the government registed unemployment rate dwellers .It doesn't include the migrant workers or people working outside the hometowns.Two days, ahead of China's National people's Congress,delegates from all around country gathered in Beijing to hammer out the plan for the worlds third largest economy.The meeting this week is lightening the roads for those hoping grievances will be aired or solved.

 

Last week , hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's headquarters in unusually coordinated actions ahead of NPC.

 

"I don't have a job,I cannot do anything,because there is no job out there."

 

Rising unemployment,falling income and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots,protests and strikes.What is officials called mass incident sparked by angers over corruption,land dispute and sacking

 

In 2007 China had over 80 thousand mass incident, up by 1/3 from 2006.in the high growth period,rising concerns of what the downturn will bring.    

 

 

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Thousands of factories closing in southen China, over 20 million migrent works losing jobs, and at least 6 million
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find jobs, and China's unemployment rate is expected to worsen aimed the sharp global economic downturn. Econimist such as
Wang Zhiyong reaserch with China Acdemy of Social Sciences say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as 
urban registered rate of 4.2% at the end of 2008.

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Two days ahed China National People Congress,  delegets from all over the country gather in Beijing to hammar out plan for the world third
largest economy, the meeting this week is a lighting road for those hoping grievances will be aird or solvied. Last week, hundreds of laid-off
employees gathered at Industrial and Commerical Bank of China's headquarters in unusual coordinated action ahead of NPC.

I don't have a job. I can not do anything because there are no jobs out of there.

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incident sparked by anger over corruption, land dispute and sacking.  In 2007, China had over 80,000 mass incidents up by a third by 2006 in a 
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Thousands of factories closing in southern China,over 20 million migrant workers losing jobs, and at least 6 million students trying to enter the workforce in just a few months.
 
Add to that, makes millions more already out of work or failing to find jobs. And China's unemployment rate is set to worsen amid the sharp global economic downturn. Economists, such as Wang Zhiyong,a researcher with China Academy of Social Sciences, say the real unemployment rate could be at least twice as high as the urban registered rate, a 4.2% at the end of 2008.

"My estimation is that with the financial crisis, the unemployment rate will rise to eight or even nine percent, the real unemployment rate. What we have now is only the government-registered unemployment rate for city dwellers. It doesn't include migrant workers or people working outside their hometowns."

Two days ahead of China's National People's Congress, delegates from all around the country gathered in Beijing to hammer out plans for the world's third largest economy. The meeting this week is a lightning rod for those hoping grievances will be aired or soft. Last week, hundreds of laid-off employees gathered at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China's headquarters in an unusually coordinated action ahead of the NPC.

"I don't have a job. I cannot do anything because there is no jobs out there."

Rising unemployment, falling incomes and discontent over inequality may bring more local riots, protests or strikes, what officials call mass incidents, sparked by anger over corruption, land disputes and sackings. In 2007, China had over 80,000 mass incidents, up by 1/3 from 2006, in a high growth period, raising concerns of what the downturn will bring.

Kitty Bu reporting for Reuters in Beijing.
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