CAMBODIA: Garment Industry Plagued By Corrpution - Report
A new study has revealed that Cambodia's 200 garment factories are plagued by bribery and corruption, which takes its toll on performance and poses a huge threat to the industry. 'Bureaucracy costs' - expenditures such as fees for licensing, export permits, various services and paperwork processing - came to $70 million last year, and accounted for 7 per cent of the factory operators' costs.
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