Pressure mounts on Mexico to raise minimum wage

Human rights advocates say the current minimum wage, less than $5 a day, condemns millions to a life of poverty.

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    Pressure is growing on Mexico's government to raise the minimum wage.

    Advocates have told Latin America's human rights watchdog that the current rate, less than $5 a day, condemns millions to a life of poverty.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from Mexico City.


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