Pressure Grows for Reforms of Cambodian Garment Industry
Four people were killed, 37 were injured, three have gone missing and 21 of the 23 people detained in last week’s crackdown on protests in Cambodia are garment workers. “What’s happened in the past week is a complete assault on trade worker rights and union rights in the most important sector of the Cambodian economy,” says David Welsh, country director for the AFL-CIO’s Solidarity Center in Phnom Penh.
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