Lithuania - Ministry proposes to raise minimum wage - October 31, 2019

The Lithuanian Social Security and Labour Ministry proposes to raise the minimum monthly wage by € 30 to € 430 next January, but the actual amount will be € 555 due to taxation changes. The ministry's proposal came after the Tripartite Council, which brings together the government, some employers and trade unions, failed to reach a compromise on an increase in the minimum wage.

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