December 26, 2013

Indian Diplomats Can't Afford U.S. Minimum Wage

S. Pal, The Hindu

The Associated Press

Every Indian diplomat in the U.S. has told the same lie, because none of them can afford to pay the local minimum wage when their own pay, even with the foreign allowance, is barely more than that.

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