Union proposal for minimum wage scrapped in Cambodia – www.worldbulletin.net

Union proposal for minimum wage scrapped in Cambodia
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The Cambodia Daily reported Friday that a tripartite working group composed of unions, factory owners and government officials had held a secret ballot in Phnom Penh on Thursday and that the unions’ demand for $140 was scrapped in favor of $121 put …

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Khmer Krom: Protesters Criticize Cambodia for not Implementing the Paris … – UNPO

UNPOOn Cambodia’s National Day, about 1000 Khmer Krom protesters held a demonstration to draw attention to the fact that Cambodia does not adhere to the Paris Peace Agreement. In 2014, a series of protests have been held by the Khmer Krom to make the … – Read More

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Cambodia’s bribe-seeking press corps – Yahoo! Maktoob News

Yahoo! Maktoob NewsPhnom Penh, Cambodia – San, a 47-year-old former soldier, has worked full-time at a newspaper in Cambodia for the past 14 years. He carries company-issued business cards, a government-issued press pass, and a walkie-talkie on his hip, but he has never … – Read More

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The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics – The Diplomat

The DiplomatThe July 2013 election was a critical moment in Cambodia’s politics. Although driven by different motives, all political factions and the general public could finally reach a consensus: It was time to get serious about reform. With all eyes focused on … – Read More

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Decades after the Khmer Rouge, specter of forced marriage still haunts victims – ucanews

ucanewsThirty-five years after the collapse of the Khmer Rouge regime, the specter of its forced marriage campaign lives on in modern day Cambodia, stalking its victims and even affecting current relationships, according to new findings on the toll of the … and more – Read More

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The ties that still bind – The Phnom Penh Post

The Phnom Penh PostThirty-five years after the collapse of the Khmer Rouge regime, the spectre of its forced marriage campaign lives on in modern day Cambodia, stalking its victims and even affecting current relationships, according to new findings on the toll of the … and more – Read More

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Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report – The Diplomat

The DiplomatThe copying was apparently picked up during a routine annual inspection of reports by politicians when it was discovered that pages 71 to 90 were the same as the feasibility study for the Cambodian bourse, which opened in July 2011, six months after … – Read More

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