CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s prime minister on Wednesday announced a 300-pound ($15.20) increase in the minimum monthly wage as average Egyptians suffer from soaring prices in recent months.
During a press conference, Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly announced the increase to 3,000 Egyptian pounds (over $152), from 2,700 Egyptian pounds ($137).
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