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Workers strike again to demand strike pay

Workers strike again to demand strike pay

About 2,000 workers at Takeo province’s I-Cheng (Cambodia) Cooperation remain on strike today, after management held steady in its refusal to pay employees for days they joined in a national garment worker strike in December and this month.

Sok Chea, Collective Union of Movement of Workers president at I-Cheng, yesterday said negotiations with the factory and the provincial labour department had broken down.

The workers have protested since Tuesday to demand bosses pay their wages for during the previous strike and the current strike, Chea said.


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