Big minimum wage hike needed to offset rising prices: Labor union
Taipei, Aug. 25 (CNA) One of Taiwan's major trade unions has called for the minimum wage to be increased by more than 10 percent to NT$28,000 (US$926) per month, saying that working people need more money to cope with the rising cost of living.
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