Cambodia’s Stability is Hanging by a Thread
The Cambodian government-established commission concluded that a garment sector living wage should range between 111 and 127 euros. But the minimum wage for workers at the beginning of this year was set at only 73 euros. "The government has ignored the findings of its own commission. Because of this, the unions called for protests,” said the Solidarity Center’s David Welsh.
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