Cambodian trade unions demand monthly minimum wage of 168 USD for garment sector| glObserver Global Economics


Trade unions, which represent Cambodia’s 700,000 garment and footwear workers, unanimously agreed on Tuesday to request the employers to increase the monthly minimum wage in the garment and footwear sector to 168 U.S. dollars for 2016, up from the current 128 U.S. dollars, according to a joint statement.

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