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PHNOM PENH – Workers unions in Cambodia are pushing for a minimum wage increase of more than six per cent to provide respite for those employed in the sector amidst COVID-19.

The proposal follows a meeting of union leaders last month, including representatives of the Cambodian Labour Confederation (CLC) and the Collective Union of Movement of Workers, which urged that a new minimum wage be implemented following months of set-backs.

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