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Wide income gap for white-collar workers

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The income of white-collar workers in China varies widely. Hong Kong and Macau top the list, with average incomes of about $2,600 and US$1,200 per month, respectively. Shanghai, Shenzhen, Wenzhou and Beijing are next, with average incomes between $700 and $750. Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet, is at the bottom, with white-collar workers earning around $127 a month.
Source: China Economic Review
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