Businesses expected to stay in W. Java, despite wage increase
The Jakarta Post
The West Java administration is hoping that garment industry executives will not relocate their businesses to other provinces after the local minimum wage goes up in 2013.
The administration’s comments apparently contradicted Indonesian Textile Association chairman Ade Sudrajat, who said that at least 50 garment companies in West Java would likely relocate to Central Java due to a minimu...
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