Germany -Think tank summarises minimum wage debates -March 7, 2013

Germany does not have a national minimum wage even though specific industrial sectors have one.  The upper chamber of parliament, the Bundesrat, has proposed a minimum wage of €8.5. The debate over introducing a general minimum wage has therefore emerged and the economic think tank Bruegel has summarised this debate.

English: http://www.bruegel.org/nc/blog/detail/article/1036-a-review-on-germanys-minimum ...

 

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