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Unintended consequences

21 Jul 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

Raising the minimum wage is a fine idea on paper. Workers earn more without adding much to inflation or subtracting much from growth. But reality may be less benign. Chancellor George Osborne’s desired wage floor could be too high for the relatively low-skilled British workforce.

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