YANGON, Aug 29- Myanmar has set a minimum wage of 3,600 kyat for an eight-hour work day, a move likely to boost investment in the fast-growing country's garment industry. Myanmar's government has targeted garments for rapid growth, and Saturday's statement may help spur this, as it gives clarity on the law and labor costs to global apparel brands buying clothes...» Read More
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