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Zongtex protestors see their pay docked

Nearly 500 Zongtex garment factory employees returned to work in Phnom Penh yesterday after four union representatives were allowed back to work. An eight-day protest was launched after they were dismissed on July 19. Y Chheng, chief of administration at Zongtex garment factory, said yesterday the company would dock the pay of each protester US$20, though $5 would be returned to help with expenses.

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