The research asks why wages in Latvia compare poorly even with neighboring Estonia and Lithuania and asks whether raising the minimum wage (currently €370 per month before taxes) would help or hinder economic growth in the country.
Rather than reproduce the lengthy material, you can read it all at the Re:Baltica website HERE.
We are launching our @rebaltica story on Small wages in Latvia tomorrow. Short intro pic.twitter.com/xsSSiV4mzK— Inga Springe (@IngaSpringe) September 28, 2016
.@rebaltica research on Small wages in Latvia. "55 million for the owners, 340 euro for the cashier" https://t.co/9510UzM9KR Please RT pic.twitter.com/Hm7ImCdDrr— Inga Springe (@IngaSpringe) September 29, 2016