Honduras pact to keep nation’s minimum wage for two years
Representatives of businesses and labor in Honduras reached an agreement on the nation’s minimum wage that is to last for two years.
According to the pact, wages will be increased by from about 3 to 6 percent in accordance with the size of companies’ workforce. Those that have few workers will have a smaller pay rise; bigger firms will have to pay more. The top level of current minimum is $400 a month.
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