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The EU statistics agency said that monthly minimum wages, as of 1 January 2019, were bigger in northern and western Europe: Luxembourg (€2,071), Ireland (€1,656), the Netherlands (€1,616), Belgium (€1,594), Germany (€1,557), France (€1,521) and UK (€1,453).
On the other hand, minimum wages were less than €600 per month in eastern Europe: Lithuania (€555), Estonia (€540), Poland (€523), Slovakia (€520), the Czech Republic (€506), Hungary (€464), Romania (€446) and Latvia (€430).
Eurostat noted that Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Italy and Sweden do not have minimum wages.