Rising Labor Cost Top Risk For Multinationals In China – AmCham Survey
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A slowing economy and regulatory uncertainty loom large for multinationals operating in China. However, companies say rising labor costs impact them more, and acute shortages of qualified employees further complicate the landscape.
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