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Cambodia Raises Garment Worker Minimum Wage by 4.4%

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Cambodia’s government announced Friday that it will be raising the country’s minimum wage for textile workers by 4.4 percent to $190 per month. The move comes amid increasing pressure from the European Union, which declared in February that it would be withdrawing preferential duty-free and quota-free status for inputs from Cambodia because of “severe deficiencies…

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