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PHNOM PENH - Garment manufacturers in Cambodia (GMAC) have accused brands and labour rights groups of jeopardising jobs by publishing an open letter criticising the country's record on workers' rights.

The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) described the letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen, signed by apparel brands, including Adidas and Levi Strauss, and workers' rights campaigners as "disappointing and false".

The letter had warned the Prime Minster that the country’s record on workers' rights could cost it vital trade privileges and deliver a huge blow to the country's garment industry.

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