Hong Kong union joins critics of McDonald's HK, China sale, sees pay squeeze

HONG KONG: The Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU) warned that McDonald’s Corp’s up-to-US$2.1 billion sale of its Hong Kong and China operations could hit workers’ pay, adding to growing criticism of the deal on the mainland and elsewhere.
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