Lithuania to Increase Minimum Wage July 1

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By Molly Ward

June 23—The monthly minimum wage in Lithuania is to rise to 380 euros ($433) from 350 euros ($399) effective July 1, the Lithuanian Ministry of Social Security and Labor said June 22 in a news release.

This is the fifth minimum wage increase since 2013, with the most recent increase from 325 euros occurring Jan. 1, 2016.

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More information on payroll issues in Lithuania can be found in the Lithuania country primer.

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