Can China’s drive to protect gig economy workers work by pressing Big Tech to give more?

China’s technology companies from the smallest start-ups to the biggest multibillion-dollar companies are rushing to comply with a government order to unionise, as the Communist Party asserts its imperative as the champion of the working class, even occasionally employed “gig” workers.China’s largest ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing and the second largest e-commerce platform in the country became the first Big Tech companies to fall into line this month, amid rising government pressure…

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