Humala Raises Minimum Wage as Peru Prepares to Elect SuccessorBy
Law increases wage by 100 soles to 850 soles from May 1
Most presidential candidates have said they would raise wage
Peruvian President Ollanta Humala authorized a 13 percent increase in the minimum wage, stealing the thunder of presidential candidates who promised a raise as part of their campaigns.
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