CAMBODIA: Workers In Violent Protest At Gap Plant
Hundreds of workers from a Cambodian clothing factory which produces apparel for US clothing giant Gap Inc on Wednesday held a violent protest outside the plant as armed riot police raced to the scene. Several windows were smashed by stones at the Might Spectra Knitting Factory as around 500 workers held a noisy rally over their employer's refusal to hike wages to $38 per dozen sweaters from the current $17 per dozen.
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