Lithuania's Ministry of Social Security and Labour has proposed to the government to increase the minimum monthly wage in the country by 61 euros (9.5 percent) to 703 euros before tax. The hourly rate would go up by 3.93 euros to 4.3 euros.
“To reduce income inequality and poverty, we propose increasing the minimum monthly wage and the minimum hourly rate from the start of next year. These goals are included into the government's programme, and the economic estimates for making the necessary decision are favourable,” Minister Monika Navickienė said in ...
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