China’s Trade Unions and Management by Ng Sek Hong, Malcolm Warner (auth.)

By Ng Sek Hong, Malcolm Warner (auth.)

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Noticeable, for example, were the Shanghai Trade Union Council and the General Trade Union Council of Canton (later, Guangzhou) which, together with other provincial/municipal union councils, were instrumental in buttressing the local party bureaucracy, weeding out the Nationalist-controlled 'Yellow' unions as well as purging the nation of the 'ill' and 'corrupted' influences of the bourgeoise in the 'Three-anti' and 'Five-anti' campaigns. 3 By 1951, the ACFTU had integrated all local trade union councils in North China under its direct jurisdiction.

Similar to the integration of the trade unions into the Soviet system, unions inside China were ideologically conceived as 'mass organizations of the working class' led by the Party. In the aftermath of the 1949 Liberation, economic recovery was a central concern of the Party leadership's national agenda. Commensurate with such a priority authorized by the State, the Chinese trade unions were observed to be 'conciliatory' towards managements, often siding with them against striking workers and approving reductions in wages and welfare benefits (Hearn, 1977, pp.

By virtue of the 'Instruction Concerning Management Committees in State Factories' thus decreed, every state industrial enterprise was required to institute the consultative organ of workers' congress. (Ng, 1984, pp. 57-8) As is to be noted in greater detail later, the trade union organ has been put forward at various points in time, as an entrusted agency designed to practise and experiment with 'democratic management' in the workplace and to deputize administratively for the Workers' Congress when it was not in session.

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