Urban Migration in China Stirs Up Social Issues

Urban Migration in China Stirs Up Social Issues Play

April 2 (Bloomberg) -- Hundreds and thousands of Chinese live in the cities of the world's fastest growing economy as second-class citizens. They're migrants from the countryside who have moved to urban areas looking for work and better pay. But these same people are excluded from social and housing benefits in the city. Bloomberg's Margaret Conley reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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