Mingkwan: Against wage hikeHe was referring to parties' election campaigns that make promises which would require increased government income. On the 20,000-baht minimum salary for new graduates, he said: "The government should make sure new graduates have skills that meet demand in the private sector. If they can work immediately without having to be trained first, the private sector is ready to pay more for them." At a briefing in Bangkok on Thursday, the pro-regime party said if it formed a government, it would increase the minimum daily wage to 400-425 baht. He was referring to the government scheme which focuses on cooperation with the private sector to help the needy.
Source: Bangkok Post March 16, 2019 00:11 UTC