Why Southeast Asia’s Rising Minimum Wages Could Push Workers Out Of Factories, In A Good Way
William Conklin, Cambodia country director to union organization Solidarity Center, believes it would be in the best interest of Cambodia and other Southeast Asian nations to start thinking about how its economy could expand or transition away from a job sector based primarily on minimum wage jobs.
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