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Cambodia: Garment unions consider wage protests over “disappointingly low” new monthly minimum wage of $140

Author: Mom Kunthear, Phnom Penh Post, Published on: 19 October 2015

“Garment unions weigh protests”, 19 Oct 2015

Garment workers unions unhappy with next year’s recently announced $140 minimum wage for the sector will meet this week to determine whether or not to hold demonstrations to protest the disappointingly low figure. The unions were pushing for $160 a month when the government announced the new wage…Pav Sina, president of the Collective Union of Movement of Workers, said his union did not approve of the government’s increase either…But Sina said demonstrations would only be held if a push for buyers of Cambodian garments to support further wage increases was unsuccessful…

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