A minimum hourly wage of 9 euros gross, Garnero added, would currently be " the highest among the OECD countries and" "Also by the Majority of existing collective agreements ". According to the economist, the number mentioned in Italy is "very high".
The President of Confindustria, Vincenzo Boccia doubts the effectiveness of the maneuver. The annual meeting of Federchimica stressed: "The minimum wage does not shift the growth level of the country, but it is necessary to increase the wages of the workers by reducing taxes and duties: the famous control wedge ." For the leader of the industrialists "we need an organic intervention of the economic policy, the country does not grow with minimum wages". Of course, according to Boccia, "there can also be the minimum wage in this way", which is only "one of the big components" of the next economic policy decisions.
The polemical Democratic Party . "We have submitted a new bill to the Senate on fair wages and minimum wages," Democrat Democrat Senator Edoardo Patriarca said. But Di Maio, leader of the Working Commission, agrees with his majority and says his line in addition to the jokes and magical evocations before the 780 euros per hour of 9 euros. We are waiting for him in the committee, our position is clear and is already being publicized. "
Istat: for companies with an increase of 4.3 billion ̵
How it works in Europe – Nearly all EU countries The European Union guarantees workers a minimum wage with Ausna from Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and exactly Italy. At the highest level of the podium, Luxembourg is at € 11.12 per hour, and at the bottom of the ranking we find Bulgaria at € 1.24. There are basically three groups in the middle: countries whose minimum wage is less than € 500 (Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, Latvia, Hungary, Croatia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia), countries whose monthly minimum wage is between € 500 and € 1,000 ( Estonia, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Malta, Slovenia and Spain) and those with a monthly minimum wage of over € 1,000 (Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland and Luxembourg and the United Kingdom).