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Cambodia’s Garment Workers Get $2 Monthly Pay Bump

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Cambodia’s garment workers are getting a pay increase—but just barely. The Southeast Asian nation’s Ministry of Labor announced Thursday that the minimum monthly wage for the apparel and footwear sector will get a $2 lift to $194 beginning next year, following protracted and often stalemated negotiations between trade unions, employers and the government to arrive…

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