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Growth sparks franchise boom

More foreign franchise companies will appear in Cambodian as the rising urban population and surging middle class want to enjoy international brands, an expert in the industry says. ...

Sok Chan
http://www.khmertimeskh.com/news/38064/growth-sparks-franchise-boom/

KTH mall to be officially inaugurated

The KTH Premium Power Mall, opposite the Chinese Embassy in Phnom Penh, will be officially inaugurated on March 1 by K Thong Huot Telecom Co (KTH). The 1,200-square-metre mall will focus on international brands of electronic products. A mall representative told the Post the business would cater ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013022661601/Business/kth-mall-to-be-officially-inaugurated.html

Thousands Protest, Claiming Unpaid Salaries

Thousands of employees of two Singaporean-owned Yung Wah Industrial (Cambodia) Co.Ltd. factories, which produce shirts for Gap Inc. among other international brands, went on strike yesterday in Kandal province, claiming that they were not paid their salaries for last month. “Normally, salaries are paid between the ...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com

Phnom Penh Garment Factory Protest Resolved

More than 4,000 workers from two Phnom Penh garment factories belonging to a company that supplies international brands Gap, H&M and Levi Strauss returned to work yesterday after reaching an agreement with owners, union and factory representatives said yesterday. Eah Chip Eang, personnel manager for SL ...

Garment Protest Turns Violent After Accord Fails

Violence erupted yesterday morning during a long-running protest at a Phnom Penh factory that produces clothing for international brands H&M, Gap and Levi Strauss when about 1,000 workers broke the factory’s gate and started hurling rocks to break its windows, protesters and military police officers ...

Factory Workers Continue to Strike for Higher Wages

About 4,000 garment workers from factories that produce clothing for international brands H&M, Gap and Levi Strauss continued protesting yesterday in Phnom Penh for higher wages, union representatives said. Singaporean-owned SL Garment Processing (Cambodia) Ltd. parked three large trucks in front of their Meanchey district factories ...

Levi's, Gap garment workers on strike in Cambodia

Workers at a large Cambodian garment factory that makes clothes for Levi’s, Gap and other well-known international brands are striking for more pay and better working conditions. More than 5,000 workers from the Singaporean-owned SL Garment Processing (Cambodia) Ltd. failed to reach an agreement with their ...

http://www.businessweek.com/ap/2012-05/D9UTQ5M80.htm

No deal in SL Garment factory face-off

A long day of negotiations failed to resolve a factory dispute yesterday at a company that supplies to major international brands Gap, Levi’s and H&M. After more than 1,500 workers from SL Garment Processing (Cambodia) factories in the capital’s Meanchey district marched to the Ministry of ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012052356325/National-news/no-deal-in-factory-face-off.html

Workers at Factories Supplying Major Brands Continue Protests

About 3,000 garment workers from two factories that supply clothes to international brands Levi Strauss, H&M and Gap continued protesting for higher wages yesterday in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district, before marching to the Ministry of Social Affairs. Upon arriving at the ministry, workers employed by the ...

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