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Minimum Wage Fixing Machinery (Agriculture) Convention, 1951

Minimum Wage Fixing Machinery (Agriculture) Convention, 1951
C99
ILO Convention
Date of adoption June 28, 1951
Date in force August 23, 1953
Classification Minimum wage
Subject Wages
Previous Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949
Next Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951

Minimum Wage Fixing Machinery (Agriculture) Convention, 1951 is an Convention.

It was established in 1951, with the preamble stating:

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to minimum wage fixing machinery in agriculture,...

The convention was followed up by Minimum Wage Fixing Convention, 1970.

Ratifications

As of July 2015, the convention had been ratified by 54 states. One ratifying state—the United Kingdom—has denounced the treaty.

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