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Cambodia: Quint Major Industrial fires and suspends workers for demanding better working conditions; companies did not respond

A report was made alleging that Quint Major Industrial factory in Cambodia fired two workers and suspended another after a clash between different unions in the factory. The workers who were suspended and fired were members of the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers' Democractic Union (CCAWDU). 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Quint Major Industrial to respond to this report - it did not. We also invited VF Corporation to respond because it is idenfied with Quint Major Industrial in the Open Apparel Registry - it also did not respond.

Respuestas de empresas

Quint Major Industrial

No respuesta

VF Corporation

No respuesta

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