Minimum wages to be raised by 5-22 baht

Workers in Thailand change shifts

Workers in Thailand change shifts. Photo: Solidarity Center / flickr.

BANGKOK, 18 January 2018, (NNT) – Thailand’s Ministry of Labour has decided to raise minimum wages by 5-22 baht in all provinces.

According to Permanent Secretary of the Labour Ministry Jarin Jakkaphak, the new rates are as follows:

The minimum wage in the three southern border provinces, namely Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala will be 308 baht.

Full story: NNT

Reporter: Nuppol Suvansombut,
Rewriter: Rodney McNeil
National News Bureau of Thailand

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