Garment workers in Cambodia will see their wages increase 11% this year, but this will put further financial pressure on the country’s export sector.
Cambodia’s minimum wage, which has grown 150% in five years, will rise from US$153 to $170 a month, and include the 700,000 workers in the garment industry.
Garments and footwear make up 78% of the country’s exports, according to the General Department of Customs and Excise, rising 7.2% in 2016 to …
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