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Minimum Wage for Micro Enterprises in Malaysia Comes into Force


Since July 1, 2023, the minimum wage for micro-enterprises in Malaysia has come into force having been previously deferred since 2022. 

Minimum Wage Increases for Micro Enterprises in Malaysia Deferred to July 2023


Micro enterprises in Malaysia will not be required to implement the new minimum wage until July 2023.

Indonesia Increases the Minimum Wage for 2023


Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower announced that minimum wages across the country will increase by a maximum of 10 percent for 2023.

Cambodia Increases Minimum Wage for Textile and Garment Sectors for 2023


Cambodia has increased the monthly minimum wage to US$200 from the current US$194.

Malaysia Increases Minimum Wage from May 1, 2022: What are the Implications for Businesses?


Malaysia will increase the national monthly minimum wage from May 1, 2022, by 25 percent from 1,200 ringgit (US$276) to 1,500 ringgit (US$345).

Cambodia to Increase Minimum Wage for 2022


Cambodia will increase the minimum wage for the garment, textile, and footwear industries for 2022.

ASEAN’s Rising Minimum Wage Levels: Indonesia


Investors have complained that the somewhat drastic minimum wage hikes amongst ASEAN nations have hurt the market in terms of global competitiveness. In this article we will discuss the impact of recent minimum wage changes in Indonesia on conducting business in the country.

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