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Defined refusing to pay labor remuneration as a crime

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defined refusing to pay labor remuneration as a crime and has increased the criminal liability for it. B . To strengthen law enforcement. Efforts have been made to intensify inspection activities for the purpose of better law enforcement and labor protection, including daily routine inspections, investigations of reported complaints and tips about possible criminal activities, and other special inspections. We have continued to regulate the employment practices of the employers and the employment intermediary agencies, to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of the laborers, including those with intellectual disabilities. C . To create new models for labor protection, supervision and regulation, and improve the administrative efficiency of law enforcement. We have continued to improve the management of the “two networks” of labor protection and supervision for the purpose of better dynamic control and supervision and an overall supervision of the employment by employers and to prevent and stop in a timely manner the occurrence of infringement of the legitimate rights and interests of workers, especially those with intellectual disabilities. D . To reinforce coordination mechanism between administrative and judicial organs and intensify the investigation and handling of law-breaking activities. All those who have been found, in the administrative and law enforcement inspections, to have refused to pay wages to workers, have forced others to work, or have intentionally injured or detained laborers shall be held for criminal liabilities in accordance with law, and shall be transferred by the human resources and social security administration departments to judicial organs in a timely manner. The relevant government departments have taken effective measures and conducted a nation-wide comprehensive investigation into possible forced labor, have relentlessly cracked down on illegal employment and other employment-related criminal activities, especially on forced labor and other illegal criminal activities against persons with intellectual and mental disabilities and have successfully rescued a number of persons with intellectual disabilities and mental disabilities from forced labor. Issue 24 24. Please provide gender disaggregated data on the employment/unemployment rate of persons with disabilities compared to the rate of persons without disabilities in China, and on the number of persons with disabilities in sheltered workshops (ibid., paras. 114-115.) 28
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At the end of 2011, there were 764.20 million people employed nationwide, with 359.14 million in urban areas and 405.06 million in rural areas. The nationwide registered urban unemployment rate was 4.1%. According to Statistical Communiqué on the Development of the Work for Persons with Disabilities in 2011, there were 21.893 million persons with disabilities employed at the end of 2011. Among them, 4.405 million persons with disabilities were actually employed in urban areas while 17.488 million had stable employment in rural areas (including 13.677 million engaged in agricultural production). In 2011,
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