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Gas Station Workers Join Cambodian Wage Strikes

Hundreds of staff members from the Caltex fuel company have gone on strike in Cambodia, joining a larger labor movement pressing for higher wages. Employees say they are protesting in front of Caltex gas stations to join with garment factory workers seeking a doubling of the national minimum wage to $160 per month. Employees say they make between $110 and $130 a month at Caltex, a brand under the U.S.-based Chevron Corporation. A Caltex cashier, Maon Sineth, said in an interview...

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