Angkor Beer promoters involved in last August’s strike over unpaid overtime have been banished to less popular restaurants and beer gardens in the past year, a report on the profession says. According to Promoting Decency? Report on the Situation of Beer Promotion Workers in Cambodia, released this month by Dutch organisation the Center for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO), those promoters are members of the strike’s organiser, the Cambodian Food and Service Workers’ Federation. “Beer promotion workers affiliated with CFSWF already faced some discrimination compared to those affiliated with the yellow union,” the report says, referring to the Trade Union Workers Federation of Progress Democracy, the dominant union among Cambrew’s beer promoters. … The revelation comes as Danish company Carlsberg, a 50 per cent owner of Cambrew, prepares to improve conditions for its beer promoters, in partnership with the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions (LO).