China’s ‘common prosperity’ can start by addressing discrimination against migrant workers

China’s common-prosperity push can start with correcting the unfair treatment of the country’s 285 million migrant workers – a group of people that has contributed to the country’s rapid economic maturation, but which has been mistreated in many ways.Beijing’s emphasis on common prosperity – an effort to make everyone moderately prosperous – came after it declared victory in eradicating “absolute poverty”, a milestone that ensures basic food, shelter, education and health care for all 1.4…


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