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Minimum Wage Must Be Fixed
29.03.2016 00:29

Russian Minister of Labor Maxim Topilin decided to create a law that will increase the minimum wage. This is reported by Interfax. According to him, the current minimum doesn’t satisfy the necessary level of social responsibility taken on by the government. “In this issue Russia is among the last countries in the World” said Toplilin. Earlier Spravedlivaya Rossiya has offered the government a law that will increase the minimum wage. According to the declaration the minimum wage per hour of work should be 100 rubles. There is currently no set minimum per hour of work in the country.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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