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October 9, 2015
Much is currently being made of recently approved implementing regulations for minimum wage in Myanmar. Workers at labor-intensive factories argue inflation and rising costs have made their wage rates unlivable. Domestic – and some foreign businesses – argue Myanmar’s labor-intensive assembly factories can’t compete against costs in other regional low-cost, low-value added manufacturing destinations with...
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