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PHNOM PENH - Cambodia's garment industry had issued a renewed plea for help amidst new statistics revealing that more than 150,000 workers have now lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.

Factory owners and trade unions both called on the government, and other agencies, to do more to support the industry and former garment workers who were facing abject poverty.

The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) warned that the situation was still not improving, despite lockdown easing in western countries, with "scores more factories and tens of thousands of additional workers at imminent risk”.

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