Vietnam Will See 6.5% Minimum Wage Increase Despite Concerns About Competitiveness

When it comes to wages, there are almost always two sides: the workers who want the wages increased, and the factory owners who don’t because they still want to remain competitive amongst their low-cost neighbor countries. In Vietnam’s case, the workers won—though their spoils will be less than what was sought.

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Bangladesh Wages May be Set to Double

The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association wants to establish more reasonable wage standards for the country’s ready-made garment sector—and any potential shifts could come with a wage hike, too. The BGMEA has asked the government to form a wage board for workers in order… Read More

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