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Cambodia Raises Garment Worker Minimum Wage

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Following fraught discussions, Cambodia’s garment workers are finally getting a wage increase next year. But it’s not much. The Southeast Asian nation’s Ministry of Labor announced Thursday that garment workers will be receiving just two extra dollars per month beginning Jan. 1, bumping up the minimum wage by 1.05 percent to $192, after negotiations between…

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