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Guests protest

Guests protest

Clients of a top hotel have written to its manager calling for a peaceful resolution

to the ongoing staff dispute.

More than 20 regular visitors to Raffles Le Royal in Phnom Penh have sent a signed

petition to general manager Stephan Gneagi to voice their "dismay" about

the dispute, which centers on payment of the ten per cent service charge to staff.

The letter reads: "Your staff have always been courteous and make sure all customers

are looked after in a caring way. We would like the management to accord to these

workers a fair deal and treat Cambodian workers as they would any other workers who

are in ASEAN."

Mr Gneagi was contacted by a Post reporter but was unable to respond by our deadline.

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