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Slow wage growth in the world economy
Stagnant wage growth has many root causes and affects hundreds of millions of workers around the world, not least in slow-growing advanced countries. Global wage growth barely scrambles above 1% per year when wage increases in China are taken out of the calculation. Linda Yueh's article looks at some of the reasons for low wage inflation - one consequence for the UK government is a lower than expected tax take from income tax and national insurance contributions.
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