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UYA Post time: 2013-4-19 12:52
I hope so.
Then what's your difination of the socialist phase of communism? I think it's more market-driven. Wealth is not socialistically distributed.
2013, since the minimum wage are adjusted, minimum monthly wage in Guangzhou is 1550 yuan, Beijing 1400, Shanghai 1620 yuan.
Why is Beijing 15.7% lower than Shanghai? Is that the cost of living 15.7% much difference in the 2 cities? It's not quite "socialism", isn't it? More market-oriented like in most capitalist countries.
At the end of 2012, the total number of employees of the 208 listed central enterprises(enterprises directly under the central government) amounted to 385.9 million, operating income of 9.8 trillion yuan, the total net profit of 334.2 billion yuan.
But 3.859 million employees last year paid a total of 514.3 billion yuan, far more than the net profit of its creation, an average annual salary of up to 130,000 yuan. Not long ago, the Shanghai Bureau of Statistics released that last year, the city's average wage for that year is 56,300 yuan.---Caijing 2013.4.19