Raising the minimum wage would be inappropriate in a struggling economy, a Hong Kong business leader said on Sunday, despite other places increasing what the lowest paid make per hour.Federation of Hong Kong Industries honorary president Jimmy Kwok Chun-wah defended the sector’s suggestion the benchmark remain at HK$37.50 (US$4.80), and warned more workers could be forced to take unpaid leave, especially now the government had decided not to extend the wage subsidy scheme.In contrast to Hong…