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Wages Set to Rise 38 Percent by 2023 for Apparel Workers in Honduras

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Honduran textile and apparel industry workers received a minimum wage increase of 38.5 percent over the next five years under an agreement between representatives of the workers and employers. The deal was announced by Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández, who stressed that the agreement, which runs from 2019 through 2023, will allow for greater development…

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