EU Parliament votes for uniform minimum wage standards

The European Parliament has approved uniform standards for minimum wages in the EU. A large majority of MEPs on Wednesday voted in favor of a law previously negotiated by negotiators from the Parliament and EU states. This almost clears the way for the rules to come into force after a transition period of two years. The EU states still have to approve the plan, but this is considered a formality.

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