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A candidate examines the test schedule for the local civil servant examination in Jiangsu province, March 23, 2014. [Photo/Xinhua]Chinese mainland authorities have rolled out its long-expected plan to increase salaries for civil servants, Hong Kong-based Wen Wei Po reported on Sunday.
The pay raise plan, released by the State Council on Jan 12, covers grass-roots officials to ministerial level off ...

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Post time 2015-1-18 13:27:58 |Display all floors
International crude oil prices slide. China civil service to get sixty percent price hike. Deflation will be turned into inflation. WATCH OUT!

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Post time 2015-1-18 13:34:07 |Display all floors
A drive to curb rampant corruption!

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Post time 2015-1-18 14:22:22 |Display all floors
What about poor teachers?

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Post time 2015-1-18 19:43:13 |Display all floors
It's about time. To be competitive with private enterprises, government employees should also be encouraged with bonuses based on savings from announced budgets. This will enhance governance and also efficiency.

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Post time 2015-1-18 20:33:15 |Display all floors
Cerca_trova Post time: 2015-1-18 06:22
What about poor teachers?

Poor as in ineffective or poor as in little money?
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Post time 2015-1-18 23:28:21 |Display all floors
This is a good thing, although there will be, of course, some who complain about civil servants getting such a big rise. The reason it is a good thing is that the civil servants should be paid a living wage in order to avoid pressure that will lead to corruption and bribe-taking.

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