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Taiwan’s Housing Crisis (Part 1): Taiwan’s Housing Prices Are Among the Highest Globally but Wages Are One of the Lowest Among Advanced Countries
In countries with similar housing prices, the minimum wage is two to four times higher.
Singapore’s Government Says Workers Are Pulling Ahead. Here’s What They Won’t Say.
Last week, a Singapore government minister said that the wages of lower-income and median-income Singaporeans have increased in the last 10 years. But when we compare Singapore with other wealthy, advanced countries, the situation does not look so rosy.
The Pay in Taiwan Is Too Damn Low
Taiwan’s minimum wage is not just lower than the international standard. Its rate of growth has lagged.