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Group wants action on high food price

Group wants action on high food price

The Cambodian Food and Service Workers’ Federation (CFSWF) has expressed its concern about recent increases in the price of food and petrol, the group said in a statement on Monday, appealing for the government to take measures to alleviate the costs. CFSWF is calling on the government to reduce petrol prices, increase civil servant salaries and increase taxes on casinos, nightclubs, cigarettes, wine and modern cars.

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