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7% per year during the same period – below productivity growth of about 4½ per cent per year. 4. Real wage growth in manufacturing industries in BRICs 1990 constant pricesa Brazil Russian Federation India (production workers) India (non-production workers) China (urban) 300 250 200 150 100 50 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 a) For the Russian Federation, 1995 constant prices; data interpolated between 1995 and 2000. Source: ILO, 2005 Labour Overview – Latin America and the Caribbean; estimates based on National Household Sample Survey (PNAD), for Brazil; Annual Survey of Industries, for India; BLS/MLR, November 2006, and China Statistical Yearbook 2006 for China; and National Accounts for the Russian Federation.
7 Since the mid-1990s, efforts have been made to reduce surplus labour in state- and collectively-owned enterprises (which have traditionally been major sources of stable employment). At the same time, it has become easier to set up private enterprises, in both urban and rural areas. This followed reforms adopted in the late 1980s which authorised enterprises to recruit labour on fixed-term contracts. And, as noted above, the rules on rural-urban migration have been relaxed. e. informal) employment – mainly undeclared rural migrants and workers laid-off from urban state and collective enterprises – has risen significantly.
The RSCs “trusteeship of laid-off workers” ensured the delivery of social protection, job-placement and job-training services over a three-year period after which laid-off workers would become unemployed. The RSCs were based on the success of the Shanghaï RSCs “trusteeship of laidoff workers”, which enabled in 1996 the reemployment of more than 80% of laid-off workers in less than three years from job loss in the booming service and private sectors or in their original enterprises after restructuring.