Chinese trade unions threaten to sue McDonald’s for underpaying

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From the BBC:

Chinese probe into fast-food pay

Authorities in China are reportedly investigating claims that foreign fast-food chains have underpaid staff.

Salaries paid to part-time workers at McDonald’s, Pizza Hut and KFC are under scrutiny in southern China, the People’s Daily paper reported.

China’s official trade union has threatened legal action if the firms are found to have broken the law.

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