Lithuania's Trilateral Council representing the government, employers and workers announced on September 30 it has failed to reach agreement on raising the minimum monthly salary next year and will submit different positions to the country's government. Lithuanian trade unions continue to seek a minimum wage rise of 56 euros to 663 euros before tax. Government representatives are proposing taking calculation from the central Bank of Lithuania as a basis and increase the minimum wage to 642 euros but also to continue discussion within the council for another month.
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