If wages to be raised, should be for everyone: business leader
Taipei, Aug. 14 (CNA) An alleged plan by the government to raise Taiwan's minimum wage by 5 percent has met resistance from major industry and commercial groups in the country, which contend that if wages are to be hiked, everyone in the country should be entitled to the same treatment.
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