The Greek cabinet has approved an 11% increase in the minimum wage to 650 euros a month from February 1, with 600,000 workers expected to benefit
Spain’s government will approve a 22% increase in the minimum wage to 900 euros per month on Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Wednesday.
Greek ships remained docked at the country’s ports and a protest rally has also been held in central Athens as workers also call for increases in minimum wages and the re-introduction of collective bargaining.
Spanish politicians edge closer to increasing minimum wage to €900 a month.
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