China’s economic miracle is beginning to slow as the fallout from the global financial crisis takes hold, hitting exports and prompting a growing number of manufacturing firms to relocate elsewhere in search of cheaper labor. But if job demand slumps, the economy may not be the only thing to suffer, as there are fears that China’s already fragile labor rights record might worsen.

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