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Small Victory at High Price for Cambodian Garment Unions

In the wake of deadly crackdowns on protesting Cambodian garment workers a year ago, labor leaders say they have been forced to change tactics after small gains came at a high price. The movement won a small victory in a wage dispute, earning a raise in the minimum wage from $100 to $128 per month. But the raise has come with a cost Buyers have proven reluctant to make orders, and factories continue to fire union members they see as troublemakers. Union leaders say this is forcing...

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