CAMBODIA: Garment workers strike as talks collapse
By Ngo Tuan | 23 May 2012
Talks to try to end an 11-day strike at a Cambodian supplier that makes garments for international brands including Gap, Levi's and H&M broke down yesterday (22 May) after a day of negotiations.
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