Bremen passes minimum wage law

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Bremen is the first regional government in Germany to adopt a law on minimum wages that covers regional government employers as well as organisations funded by the regional government. Organisations will risk losing their funding if they infringe the new law which takes effect from 1 September this year. A Senate committee will review the level of the minimum rate, initially set at €8.50 an hour, every two years.
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