Wal-Mart China Employees Set Up Communist Party Branch
Wal-Mart China employees at its Shenzhen headquarters have set up a Communist Party Branch.
The move is part of the plan by the party to have a presence in foreign companies.
Wal-Mart China employs 36,000 workers at 68 stores.
One of the earliest multinationals to have a communist party branch is Motorola in Tianjin.
"The All-China Federation of Trade Unions, an umbrella group permitted by the government, has announced a goal of setting up unions at 60 percent of China's 150,000 foreign companies by the end of this year."
I can be pretty dense, but it seems contradictory to me to have a communist party member working at a private captilistic institution.
What do you think? About the communist party thing, not whether I am dense or not. I know the answer to the latter.
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