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Garment Staff Resume Work After Deal is Struck

Garment workers from Phnom Penh’s Lim Line factory will resume work today after reaching an agreement with the factory following 11 days of protest that culminated in a violent strike Friday, a union and a factory representative said yesterday. ...

Union leader hurt in strike

Thousands of garment workers went on strike yesterday demanding higher wages, fees for transportation and housing, and in one case, the elimination of smelly odours caused by a fish farm near their factory. Workers burned tyres and one union leader was allegedly assaulted with an electric ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012050355951/National-news/union-leader-hurt-in-strikes.html

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