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In Brief: Garment workerss seek more talks

In Brief: Garment workerss seek more talks

About 2,000 Tack Fat factory workers plan to protest Monday in front of the Ministry of of Labour to push the ministry to speed up workers’ claims for severance pay. “The protest comes after negotiations about salary and payments between the two parties encountered failure again and again,” said Meas Samphors, a representative from the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers Democratic Unions. On Tuesday, representatives from seven unions met with municipal officials to find a solution to the dispute, which stemmed from the unannounced closure of the factory last month.

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