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  • Thousands of Chinese employees travel together
  • Thousands of Chinese employees travel together
    Georgios Kaleadis (2012) ©
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Thousands of Chinese employees travel together

Chinese corporations are competing to demonstrate who's more generous with their employees. Less than a week after one company took 6,400 members of staff on a trip to France, another Chinese businessman sent 12,000 of his employees to Thailand. How could this affect the global economy?

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