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PHNOM PENH - Global sportswear brands including Nike and Adidas are leaving Cambodian garment workers beneath the poverty line, according to a new report from ActionAid and the Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights (CENTRAL).

Their report, 'Stitched under Strain', says that while the price of the products they make has been going up, the wages of workers has been going down leaving them struggling to afford essentials like food, rent and schooling for their children.

The research revealed evidence that workers, including at factories that produce for Nike and Adidas, had experienced systemic wage loss alongside a massive reduction in working hours since the pandemic.

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