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Thailand considers minimum daily wageraise in September

According to the assistant to the labor minister, Surachai Chaitrakulthong, the tripartite committee comprised of government, employers, and employees will most likely conclude its deliberations next month.

The Ministry of Labor hinted at the possibility of raising the minimum daily wage by 5% to 8% in September, as the committee in charge of approving wage increases is expected to complete its deliberations next month.

According to the assistant to the labor minister, Surachai Chaitrakulthong, the tripartite committee comprised of government, employers, and employees will most likely conclude its deliberations next month. Data are currently being compiled by its subcommittees for consideration as they make a proposal for a new wage increase, which is expected to be in the range of 5-8 percent to keep up with inflation and escalating living expenses.


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