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China Sourcing Update: Labour Cost (Jun 2017)

Labour Cost

  1. Minimum wage levels in a number of provinces/ municipalities/ cities are adjusted upward

From April to June 2017, local governments in six provinces/ municipalities/ cities raised the minimum wage levels in their jurisdictions. Besides, local governments in five provinces/ municipalities announced to increase the minimum wage levels in their jurisdictions, effective from 1 July 2017. See below for details:

Shanghai

On 1 April, the minimum monthly wage level in Shanghai was adjusted to 2,300 yuan, compared with the previous level of 2,190 yuan.

Shaanxi province

On 1 May, the minimum monthly wage levels in various districts within Shaanxi province were adjusted to 1,680 yuan, 1,580 yuan, 1,480 yuan and 1,380 yuan, compared with the previous levels of 1,480 yuan, 1,370 yuan, 1,260 yuan and 1,190 yuan respectively.

Qinghai province

On 1 May, the minimum monthly wage level in Qinghai province was adjusted to 1,500 yuan. Before the adjustment, the minimum wage levels in various districts within the province were 1,270 yuan, 1,260 yuan and 1,250 yuan.

Shenzhen

On 1 June, the minimum monthly wage level in Shenzhen was adjusted to 2,130 yuan, compared with the previous level of 2,030 yuan.

Shandong province

On 1 June, the minimum monthly wage levels in various districts within Shandong province were adjusted to 1,810 yuan, 1,640 yuan and 1,470 yuan, compared with the previous levels of 1,710 yuan, 1,550 yuan and 1,390 yuan respectively.

Gansu province

On 1 June, the minimum monthly wage levels in various districts within Gansu province were adjusted to 1,620 yuan, 1,570 yuan, 1,520 yuan and 1,470 yuan, compared with the previous levels of 1,470 yuan, 1,420 yuan, 1,370 yuan and 1,320 yuan respectively.

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