Chile enacts the largest minimum wage increase in 29 years

The Chilean Government enacted this Friday a law that will make possible the increase of the minimum wage in the country, equivalent to CLP 400,000 per month (US$478), which represents the highest figure in the last 29 years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Gabriel Boric has proposed that this law represents "decent work that guarantees that the workers of our country can have a fair income".

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