German minimum wage talk mostly symbolic for now
A fistful of euros
The country is one of the few in the EU without a minimum wage. Political parties agree it’s time to end that anomaly. The macroeconomic impact of the reform will be muted. Yet the debate suggests there’s a limit to Berlin’s appetite for deregulated labour markets.
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