Mexico raises minimum wage to $4.71 per day, business chamber says

MEXICO CITY, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Mexico's salary commission is set to raise the minimum wage by 10 percent to $4.71 per day, business chamber Coparmex announced on Tuesday, the final day of a round of talks to renegotiate NAFTA that include efforts to improve Mexican worker conditions.

Starting in December, Mexican workers will earn at least 88.36 pesos ($4.71) per day, up from 80.04 pesos, Coparmex said. (Reporting by Julia Love; Editing by Frank Jack Daniel)