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Shenzhen to hike minimum wage by 13.6% in 2012

Jan. 3, 2012 (China Knowledge) - The government of Shenzhen city in South China will raise its minimum monthly wage by 13.6% to RMB 1,500, the highest in China, from Feb. 1, 2012, said the Shenzhen Human Resources and Social Security Bureau last Friday.

Meanwhile, the minimum hourly wage for part-time workers will increase to RMB 13.3, said the bureau.

In April, 2011, the Shenzhen government hiked the city's minimum monthly wage by 20% to RMB 1,320 from RMB 1,100.

The Beijing Municipal government has also announced that it would increase the city's minimum monthly wage for full-time workers to RMB 1,260 from RMB 1,160 from this January.

Last year, a total of 24 provinces in China raised their minimum wages by an average increase of 22%.






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