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Lower paid employees relieved from making pension contributions

Hong Kong - October 14 2011 From 1 November, employees earning less than HK$6,500 (about EUR 610) a month will no longer have to contribute to their state pension scheme (known as a Mandatory Provident Fund or MPF scheme)...


Hong Kong introduces a minimum wage

Hong Kong - July 1 2011 Employers in Hong Kong are required to pay staff at least HK$28 (about 2.50) an hour following the new Minimum Wage Ordinance (MWO) coming into effect on 1 May 2011...