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Uploaded on Aug 6, 2010
Professor of International Management at the Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), Yasheng Huang, believes that China should abolish rural migrants discrimination so that they can become a driver for growth. As rural migrant workers don't have access to public services in mainland China's cities, abolishing this system would help to reduce the savings rate of the country. It would also lead to more equality in the employer- worker relationship. By raising their income and lowering their savings rate rural migtants could become a growth driver.