The new government in FYROM has decided that the minimum salary of every employee must be no lower than 200 euros a month or 12 denars. This decision will be enacted as of September this year, but the increase of minimum salary will be supported by the state budget, so companies must implement the criteria set out by the Ministry of Finance.
The Minister of Finance, Dragan Tevdovski said that the government is planning to support businesses for a year for the increase of minimum salary. In the business sector, the smallest salaries are received in the industry of textile and leather.
According to statistics, around 130 thousand workers in the country receive 200 euros a month and they account for 20% of the total number of employees in the country. /balkaneu.com/