Labor minister touts minimum wage hike of at least 3%
Taipei, Oct. 7 (CNA) Labor Minister Hsu Ming-chun (許銘春) told lawmakers on Thursday that the ministry's Minimum Wage Review Committee is likely to agree to raise the minimum wage by at least 3 percent when it meets on Friday.
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