Thousands of Venezuelan Refugees Are Being Saved by a Quirk in Minimum Wage Law
Employers in Trinidad and Tobago are forced by government policies to pay wages that are above the market rate. That minimum wage, however, does not apply to Venezuelan nationals who have fled Maduro’s socialist regime in search of work and a better life.
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