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Eurostat: Some of EU’s Lowest Minimum Wages Are in Lithuania

Based on January 2012 data released by the EU statistics agency Eurostat, statutory minimum wages in Lithuania as well as two other Baltic countries, Latvia and Estonia, were among the lowest in the whole EU.

In addition to EU member states, the survey also included Croatia, Turkey and the United States.

Eurostat said that Lithuania was in a group of countries with the lowest minimum wages, between EUR 100 and EUR 400 a month: Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Turkey and Croatia.
The second group comprises Portugal, Malta, Spain, Slovenia, Greece and the US with an intermediate level of minimum wages, from just over EUR 550 to just below EUR 1,000 a month.

The third group comprises UK, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland and Luxembourg, in which the minimum wage was above EUR 1,200 per month.
 

Based on January 2012 data released by the EU statistics agency Eurostat, statutory minimum wages in Lithuania as well as two other Baltic countries, Latvia and Estonia, were among the lowest in the whole EU.

In addition to EU member states, the survey also included Croatia, Turkey and the United States.

Eurostat said that Lithuania was in a group of countries with the lowest minimum wages, between EUR 100 and EUR 400 a month: Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Turkey and Croatia.
The second group comprises Portugal, Malta, Spain, Slovenia, Greece and the US with an intermediate level of minimum wages, from just over EUR 550 to just below EUR 1,000 a month.

The third group comprises UK, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland and Luxembourg, in which the minimum wage was above EUR 1,200 per month.