Riyad Hasan When unions cant compete, they turn to city pols to get an edge, and that seems to be whats driving a City Council bill adding a new mandate for construction workers. In the name of boosting safety, the bill would force workers to finish an apprenticeship program before working on buildings over nine stories tall. Yet unions run most of those programs so the bill would cost some non-union workers their jobs, and generally steer more work to union shops. Good for the non-union merit shop firms for fighting back. As The Posts Carl Campanile reported last week , the Associated Builders & Contractors New York chapter has pushed the city to probe a Staten Island crane accident that left union worker Antonio Veloso dead. The city says it is investigating the case. ABC wants equal scrutiny because it says the unions often point to violations especially fatalities at non-union job sites. Union leaders are shamefully quick to use non-union deaths as battle cries, but they go silent when their own are lost, notes ABCs Joshua Reap. The bill, incidentally, wouldnt even do much for safety because thats not a main focus of apprenticeship programs, except as its part of building overall skills.
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REUTERS/Jason Lee/Files More BEIJING (Reuters) - The pace of expansion in China's manufacturing sector likely slowed in April, a Reuters poll showed, as factory-gate price lost steam and authorities moved to tackle risks in the property market and credit growth. The official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) is expected to come in at 51.6, which would be the ninth straight month of expansion, according to a median forecast of 25 economists in the Reuters poll. In March, the index hit 51.8, its highest reading in nearly five years. The world's second-largest economy grew a faster-than-expected 6.9 percent in the first quarter, boosted by higher government infrastructure spending and a gravity-defying property boom. But growth is expected to lose steam as authorities step up a battle to cool the property sector while the central bank and banking regulator have take steps to contain financial risks. "Producer price inflation is cooling and strict financial supervision could affect funding for investment," said Zhang Yiping, an economist at Merchants Securities in Shenzhen. The central bank is expected to guide short-term interest rates higher, and step up its oversight of the financial sector, amid a crackdown on banks' shadow banking businesses. Some analysts believe China's economic growth may have peaked in the first quarter but it's on track to hit a target of around 6.5 percent this year. China's producer price inflation cooled for the first time in seven months in March as iron ore and coal prices tumbled, while property sales growth slowed in the first quarter despite robust property investment. The housing boom has been a key driver of China's stronger-than-expected economic performance in recent months, but analysts believe it may also pose the single biggest risk to growth this year. Local governments are adopting ever tougher measures to rein in prices, which are expected to eventually slow real estate investment and construction.
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