That's a lot less than minimum wage in Brazil (currently €2 per HOUR), & you'd need to pay a lot more than the minimum to get riveters & the like. Employers pay heavy payroll taxes on top of that.
Originally Posted by djcross
I doubt you'd get riveters & wiring harness assemblers for anything like that in China, either. Look at what firms like Foxconn pay assembly workers in Shenzhen these days, & add on all the fringe benefits the firm provides (laundry, housing, uniforms, canteern, etc - all free or heavily subsidised), & you arrive at much higher figures.
Last edited by swerve; 11th April 2012 at 09:46.
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