Cambodia Is a Deadly Political Mess that the World Completely Ignores
Increasingly, opposition protesters have found common cause with striking workers in the nation’s booming apparel sector—a $5.5 billion industry, yet one in which average monthly wages stand at only $80. “Unless workers put in pretty outrageous levels of overtime,” they in no way make a living wage, says David Welsh, Cambodia program director for the Solidarity Center labor advocacy group.
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