GENEVA – The full rollout of the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) Better Work Programme in Ethiopia has begun. Organisers say the aims include establishing a system for compliance with national labour law – guided by international labour standards – boosting garment sector competitiveness and improving industrial relations. The issue of wages is notably absent from the aims. Ethiopia doesn’t have a national minimum wage and pay rates in the country’s textile and garment sector are the lowest in the world.
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