Making more than ends meet

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The Bangkok Post

A move to expedite the enforcement of the new daily minimum wage as early as October has added to the debate over what the most acceptable wage rise should be. Labour Minister Suchart Chomklin wants the cabinet to give the final say on the new wage within September, so it can take effect on Oct 1, three months ahead of the original schedule in January. The minister reasoned that October is the right time to help workers relieve the cost of living situation as their purchasing power has fallen amid more expensive goods, driven by higher energy prices. Businesses are bracing for the impact of th…

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