Who Gained, Who Lost
Which countries had the best or worst wage growth after the global financial meltdown? We’ve charted the cumulative gains or losses for 75 countries, based on inflation-adjusted data, from 2008 to 2013. The West mostly registered minute advances in pay; wages shrank in Italy and Iceland. Much of Latin America had solid growth as China bought the region’s iron ore and copper.
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