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CHINA-LABOUR/DISPUTE
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June 26, 2013
A factory worker shows the scars on his arm and abdomen, which he says is caused by an industrial accident...
Beijing, China
A factory worker shows the scars from an industrial accident at the factory where U.S. executive Starnes...
A factory worker shows the scars on his arm and abdomen, which he says is caused by an industrial accident at the factory where Chip Starnes (R), president of Florida-based Speciality Medical Supplies, is being held captive, during Starnes' news conference at the company's factory on the outskirts of Beijing June 26, 2013. Starnes, a U.S. executive held captive by workers in his Beijing factory since Friday, said the dispute that has kept him behind the plant's barred windows was a misunderstanding over pay. Starnes said his lawyers were in talks with the workers with mediation from the district labour administration and labour union. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
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