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Bangladesh’s Leather, Footwear Workers May See 32% Increase in Minimum Wage

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Bangladesh’s minimum wage board has filed recommendations that could raise the minimum monthly wage for leather and footwear workers to 7,100 taka ($84), local news media has reported. The board is also proposing a 5 percent yearly increase on basic pay, according to New Age, a daily newspaper based in Dhaka. The proposed pay would…

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