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12 May
Kenya's new 12% minimum wage increase comes amid soaring prices. But only a few of the country's poor will end up with more in their pockets at the end of the month.
24 Oct 2021
Germany is relatively new to the list of countries with a minimum wage. Now, government coalition talks are considering raising it without using the country's independent expert commission. There are pros and cons.
5 May 2021
Biden administration officials say the higher minimum wage would lead to greater worker productivity, offsetting any additional costs to taxpayers.
15 Mar 2021
Workers protest across Northern Nigeria over plan to move minimum wage to the concurrent list
7 Jan 2021
Security operatives disrupt protest by local govt workers over minimum wage
7 Mar 2020
Who will take on Trump at the 2020 election? At 78 years old, Bernie Sanders is vying for the Democratic nomination for president. The oldest candidate in the race, he is rising in popularity among Democratic voters. A former Mayor and Congressman, he is currently a Senator for Vermont. His policy positions: universal health coverage, free university education, minimum wage rise and taxes on the uber-rich.
24 Oct 2019
FEC gives a deadline for payment of new minimum wage arrears
18 Sep 2019
Minimum wage: FG promises to end all disagreements
16 Sep 2019
We'll pay minimum wage, Buhari assures Nigerians
12 May 2019
Seye Oyetade speaks on implementation of the new minimum wage.
1 May 2019
We’ll pay new minimum wage, Sanwo-Olu promises Lagosians.
3 Apr 2019
Pay minimum wage same way you buy votes, Senator Gemade Blasts Nigerian governors.

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