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For example:
Workers had rights to elect their union leaders in KMT gov ruling of 1920s~1940s. Why couldn't workers have rights to elect union leaders in our Communist gov ruling of 2012?
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468259058 Post time: 2012-10-21 18:40
As the workers had no rights to elect union leaders, many game rules ran well in a planned economy ...

That is because Mao was an idiot.

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This post was edited by 468259058 at 2012-10-21 19:04
seneca Post time: 2012-10-21 13:36
Actually the slowness of Chinese bank tellers, train ticket vendors, salesclerks, post office employ ...


Actually the productivity was improved a lot in the past 3 decades, though state-owned companies still have a notorious low productivity.
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Western.Liberal Post time: 2012-10-21 12:36
Yes.

Where is the profit going to come from?
The world needs more idiots like me, all the others think they are clever.

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seneca Post time: 2012-10-21 13:37
What you said is equally true of communism and socialism.

Give people a chance: make them RESPON ...

And who speaks for the idiots.....shouldn't they be protected?

Why is it that if one is born with a physical challenge then that person deserves our sympathy and support but if one is born intellectually challenged then he becomes the object of fun and ridicule?
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For example: one way to become millionaire in the late 1990s

In the late 1990s, it was a common practice that a CEO (chairman) of state-owned comany set up his private-owned company in the same industry. After the CEO(chairman) retired from state-owned company, the state-owned company would brankrupt and his privated-owned company grew up.

Is it the fault of capitalism?
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This post was edited by 468259058 at 2012-10-21 19:40

Someone said so:

Most of the former city people turned into White-collar workers in the past reform. Most of the present blue-collar workers are called by "Migrant Workers", who came from rural area. In laws, city gov don't provide basic services to these "Migrant Workers" because these city blue-collar workers don't have a local apartment("Hukou" certificate). In laws, These "Migrant Workers" don't have rights to set up labor unions. In practices, many of them set up illegal "Hometown's Unions" to protect themselves.

In laws, workers' hometowns' gov in rural area should provide basic services to these "Migrant Workers" - the present blue-collar worker in cities.

After Conflicts had happened between city people, who own a local apartment ("Local hukou certificate"), and the city bule workers (So called "Migrant Workers"), city people could seek help from local police and other departments of local gov; the city bule workers have to seek help from "Hometown's Unions" and the gov in their hometowns.

Of course most of the city blue-collar workers dream of an apartment in cities. A worker could get access to city's basic services if one own an local apartment(local Hukou certificate).

Is it the fault of capitalism?


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