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February 23, 2009
A coal miner covered in coal dust sits on the side of a road as he eats his food near the town of Kangding...
KANGDING, China
A coal miner covered in coal dust sits on the side of a road as he eats his food near the town of Kangding...
A coal miner covered in coal dust sits on the side of a road as he eats his food near the town of Kangding in Sichuan province February 23, 2009. The global financial crisis has sent Chinese growth tumbling to below 8 percent, a level widely regarded as a minimum for China to create enough jobs for those entering the workforce. In some rural provinces, China's biggest source of migrant workers, local authorities say that up to 80 percent of labourers are once again on city streets looking for work. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
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