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The Mozambican Workers’ Organisation (OTM) says that increases in minimum wages this year may be lower than last year.
This is not what the workers wanted, “but it was all that was possible at the present situation”, as OTM Secretary for Legal-Labour Relations Amelia Bibiane explained on Tuesday.
Bibiane was referring in part to the damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Idai in Beira in the middle of last March.
In an exclusive interview with the newspaper ‘O País’, Bibiane declined to reveal numbers, only hinting that the increase in minimum wages in Mozambique would be lower than those agreed last year, which ranged from 6% to 18.7%.Source: O País
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