VIEWPOINT: Short-term contracts exploit Cambodia garment workers
By Leonie Barrie | 9 August 2011
International apparel buyers and their suppliers are being urged to take steps to put an end to the widespread use of short-term employment contracts in the Cambodian garment industry amid concerns the practice not only threatens to erode the industry's competitiveness but also violates labour laws and could lead to widespread unrest.
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