Wednesday, August 27, 2014   

Li Ka-shing said to owe wages to Changchun workers
(01-24 15:32)

Li Ka-shing's Hutchison Whampoa (0013) is reported to have owed 20 million yuan in salary to construction workers in its Changchun projects, CCTV reported.
A worker, Xu Dianjun, told the state-run media that he has yet to receive 20,000 yuan, his salary for the year thus far.
Xu, originally from a county in Jilin Province moved to Changchun seeking employment six years ago.
   
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