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PHNOM PENH – Garment workers in Cambodia will see a small hike in their pay next year following a $4 increase in the minimum wage to $204 per month.

The National Council for the Minimum Wage had voted for an increase of just $2 but newly appointed Prime Minister Hun Manet doubled that to $4, according to Labor Minister Heng Sour.

However, trade unions, who has been demanding a $21 rise in the monthly wage for garment workers, said the increase was not enough to keep pace with spiralling inflation.

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