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PHNOM PENH — The Better Factories Cambodia (BFC) initiative has published the results of an independent impact assessment study which suggest it is succeeding in its aim of improving conditions for garment workers.

The study, carried out by researchers at Tufts University in the US state of Massachusetts, suggests workers at factories involved in the initiative enjoy better pay and conditions than industry standards.

It highlights the results of a survey of workers and managers at BFC factories in Cambodia on a range of topics ranging from working conditions to factory operations and their lives at home.

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