Lithuania's minimum monthly salary will be raised by more than 10 euros next January, from the current 380 euros, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said on Thursday.
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"Definitely more than 10 euros," he told reporters when asked by how much the government would propose to increase the minimum salary.

However, Skvernelis gave no exact figures.

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