Hong Kong rallies decry low wages

Labour unions say a new minimum wage law is inadequate for countering territory's crippling inflation.

    Labour unions have staged massive protests in Hong Kong in spite of a new minimum wage law that aims to protect the city's lower paid workers.

    On May 1 - International Labour Day - a huge crowd took to the streets saying the measure is not enough to counter crippling inflation.

    Rob McBride reports from Hong Kong.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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