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Minimum Wage to Be Raised to 400 Baht in Tourist Areas

BANGKOK, March 26 (TNA) – The tripartite board has approved an increase in the minimum wage to 400 Baht, setting a benchmark in 10 tourism-driven provinces, specifically for the hotel industry, focusing on 4-star hotels.

Daily Minimum Wage Hike in Thailand to Begin Next Week

Permanent Secretary for Labor Pairoj Chotikasathien chaired the wage committee meeting to review the new minimum wage rates for the 10 tourism-driven provinces. Following the meeting, it was revealed that the wage committee had passed a resolution to approve the establishment of minimum wage rates for the hotel industry, applicable to employers and employees working in business establishments of 4-star and above hotel category with a staff size of at least 50 people.

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