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PHNOM PENH – Trade unions representing garment workers in Cambodia are demanding a US$21 rise in the minimum wage for their members while factory owners want them held at the current level of US$194 a month.

Those are the positions of the two sides in the annual negotiations with the National Council on Minimum Wage (NCMW) overseen by the Ministry of Labour which said both sides had put their cases "clearly and professionally".

No decision has yet been made following the most recent meeting - which lasted for more than three hours - and the negotations will resume at a third meeting scheduled for Wednesday 31st August.

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