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Sri Lanka President suggests a minimum salary for private sector: Budget 2015

Oct 24, 2014 (LBO) – Sri Lanka president suggests to uplift the minimum salary of a private sector employee to 10,000 rupees from January 2015.
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He also suggest to increase minimum salary level by 500 rupees monthly for those who already get paid over 10,000 rupees per month.
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“The honorable speaker, I have seen the salaries of private sector have been increased through various allowances only,” President Mahinda Rajapaksa said.

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“I suggest reasonable salary increase for private sector employees, too.”

He said this, presenting a budget for 2015 at the parliament Colombo today.

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