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Hong Kong's Chief Asks Businesses To Pay Minimum Wage

Chief Executive Donald Tsang urged business leaders to show corporate responsibility and pay a minimum wage to unskilled workers by following the government's example.

Tsang made the appeal while addressing about 2,000 businessmen and company executives at a joint chambers of commerce luncheon at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.





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