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TV station back pay disbursed

TV station back pay disbursed

THE French company Solaris International has begun paying two months’ worth of salaries to staff working at Apsara TV after the head of the station threatened to cancel its contract with the company.

Apsara Director General Sok Eysan said he had been in regular talks with Solaris since more than 200 workers complained about late payments in February.

“I am in the middle between Solaris and the TV staff. The company promised to give me their remaining salary without late payment by June,” he said. “If they do not pay money, I will cancel the contract with them.”

Syluom Dar, director general of Solaris, could not be reached Wednesday.

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