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Lesotho’s Minimum Wage for Factory Workers Just Went Up 62 Percent

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After months of negotiations and setbacks, worker’s unions in Lesotho are celebrating an increase in their national minimum wage. The new monthly minimum wage in the country ramping up its apparel manufacturing, has climbed 62 percent from $85 a month to $138, according to to IndustriALL Global Union. The hike comes as a huge victory…

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