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Hong Kong: Oxfam HK Living Wage Report puts forth first local living wage rate at HK$54.7/hour

"Oxfam announced its Hong Kong Living Wage Report today, which put forth the first local living wage rate: HK$54.7/hour. The agency is now calling on the government and employers who are able to pay their employers a living wage, as the current minimum wage has not been able to keep up with inflation and does not take the basic needs of employees’ families into account…Oxfam urges the government and companies to pay employees a living wage..."

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