Minimum Wage

Lebanon LM signs off on wage increase decree

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Lebanon Labor Minister Charbel Nahhas signed on Friday the government’s bill on wage increases , but refused to sign the

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Cabinet aproves 675,000 L.L. min. wage rejects Nahhas’ plan

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The Lebanese cabinet on Wednesday decided to raise the minimum wage in accordance with the agreement reached at the Baabda

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Shura Council rejects Nahhas’ proposal on wages, Al Liwa

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Al Liwa newspaper quoted well informed sources as saying that the “Shura Council has informed Labor Minister Charbel Nahhas that

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Lebanon IM predicts Shura Council will reject the wage hikes

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Lebanon Information Minister Walid Daouq told LBC TV on Saturday that he predicts that the State Shura Council “will reject”

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Labor minister says wage increase does not affect the private sector

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The recent decision taken by the cabinet to increase wages “does not include the public sector,” Lebanon’s Minister of Labor

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Nahhas: New wage hikes could result in many bankruptcy filings

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Lebanon’s Economy and Trade Minister Nicolas Nahhas said on Friday that the economic institutions will not be able to implement

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Are the Proposed Minimum Wages Too High?

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By Ghassan Karam

Minimum wages have always been very controversial and chances are that they will always be so. The idea is so contentious since it deals with one of the most sensitive ideas of a market economy,

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