MOLSS

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MOLSSMinistry of Labor and Social Security (China)
MOLSSMinistry of Labour and Social Solidarity (Portugal)
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Therefore, it is assumed that there could be a request for an administrative appeal within the MOLSS, and possible a review by the court.
(3.) Reported figure from the Laodong Baozhang Bu [Ministry of Labor and Social Security (MOLSS)], cited in Simon Clarke, Chang-Hee Lee and Qi Li, Collective Consultation and Industrial Relations in China, British Journal of Industrial Relations, June 2004, at 239-40 [hereinafter Clarke].
(9.) See GONGZI J1TIXIESHANG SHIXING BANFA [INTERIM MEASURES OF COLLECTIVE WAGE CONSULTATION], MOLSS (2000).
(11.) GUANYU JINGYIBU TUIXING PINGDENG XIESHANG HE JITI HETONG ZHIDU DE TONGZHI [JOINT CIRCULAR ON PROMOTING COLLECTIVE CONSULTATION AND COLLECTIVE CONTRACT], MOLSS (Nov.14, 2001), http://www.chinacourt.org/flwk/showl.php?file id=38562 (last visited Nov.
See also Guoyu jishu gongren de diaoyan baogao [Analyzing Labor Shortage and Skilled Labor Shortage], MOLSS, Sept.
According to the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, participating enterprises owed the system 30.2 billion yuan in social security payments by the end of 1998 (MOLSS 1999a: 73).
According to official statistics of 1998, the pension programs covered 80.5 percent of workers in state-owned and urban collective enterprises while 98.5 percent of retirees were covered (calculated from MOLSS and SSB 1999).
A circular jointly issued by MOLSS, the State Commission of Economy and Trade, and the Ministry of Finance in November 1999 ordered close monitoring of enterprises that had large overdue payments and required the signing of payment agreements (MOLSS et.
TABLE 1 DEPENDENCY RATIO FOR CHINA'S URBAN PUBLIC PENSION SYSTEM System System Workers Retirees System Dependency (10,000 (10,000 Ratio (Retirees Year Persons) Persons) per Worker) 1993 7,336 1,628 0.22 1994 8,494 2,079 0.24 1995 8,738 2,241 0.26 1996 8,758 2,358 0.27 1997 8,671 2,533 0.29 1998 8,476 2,727 0.32 1999 9,502 2,984 0.31 2000 10,448 3,170 0.30 Growth 1993-98 15.5% 67.5% 10 percentage points SOURCES: Ministry of Labor and Social Security (MOLSS) and State Statistical Bureau (SSB), Statistical Report of Labor and Social Security, various years.
(3) The rate of return for 1999 was set to equal the 3-month time deposit rate (MOLSS 1999a: 106), which was 1.98 percent.
(2001) "A New Step in the New Century: Interview with Hu Xiaoyi, Director of the Center of Social Insurance Administration of MOLSS." China Social Security (March): 3-7.
MOLSS (Ministry of Labor and Social Security) (1998) Questions and Answers on Unifying the Enterprise Basic Old-Age Insurance System.