XYZ Business has learnt that the National tripartite Committee is locked up in a meeting to decide on a new minimum wage.
Last year government increased the minimum wage by 20 percent.
It increased from 3 Cedis 73 Pesewas to 4 Cedis 48 Pesewas.
Ahead of the meeting the Ghana Trades Union Congress has hinted that it will push for a significant increase to cushion workers following the hikes in prices of petroleum products.
The Ghana Federation of Labour is however asking organized labour to tread cautiously.
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