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Bahrain: Minimum Wage

“Increasing the minimum salary will only be a temporary solution against families and individuals that are being affected by inflation, but this will only be done by dropping employment opportunities and decreasing the quality of the work experience for those very workers affected – and is hardly a reason to endorse the minimum salary legislation and call for it to be enforced,” writes Bahraini blogger emoodz.

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