By  on July 29, 2008

SHANGHAI — Global, and particularly American, consumers have become accustomed to inexpensive goods from China. Low-wage manufacturing for export has largely driven the Mainland’s economic juggernaut since its ascension to the World Trade Organization in 2001, as well as fueling consumption around the world.

But behind every $2 T-shirt lies the overworked, underpaid human face of a Chinese migrant worker.

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