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In Brief: Tack Fat workers to relly at city hall

Workers from Phnom Penh’s Tack Fat garment factory plan to hold a rally at City Hall on Tuesday while union leaders meet with city officials, said Meas Samphors, a representative from the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers Democratic Union. On October 8, Tack Fat shut its doors and announced a two-month closure, citing a drop in orders caused by the global economic downturn. Workers have since held protests demanding full salaries for the hiatus period.

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