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Beer promoters protest firings

Beer promoters protest firings

Around 50 beer promotion women protested in front of the Angkor Beer Company’s offices on Norodom Boulevard Monday, after 30 workers were fired. Sin Chantheoun, the leader of the Angkor Beer Promotion Girls Union, said they were sacked because of their age and fading looks. “The Angkor Beer [Company] team leader of the promotional beer girls accused us of lying about our family books to get work, and fired us without compensation,” she said. The company could not be reached Monday.


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