Latest apparel and textile news & analysis in Vietnam and Cambodia
Vietnam's Labour Ministry and the International Labour Organization (ILO) have joined forces to carry out inspections at hundreds of small a...
If proof was ever needed of the commercial benefits of better working conditions in garment factories, a recent study from Better Work Vietn...
A week-long strike at a Taiwanese-owned footwear factory in Vietnam has exposed a looming pension crisis and worker shortage in a country th...
Strikes and protests are rare in Vietnam, but recent demonstrations by thousands of footwear factory workers underscore some of the challeng...
Around 274 garment factory workers in Cambodia have fainted in the last week at sites in Phnom Penh, Takeo and Kandal.
Far Eastern New Century Corp, one of Tawian's leading textile conglomerates, is planning to invest TWD10bn (US$323m) to set up an integrated production site for yarn, fabrics, dyeing and apparel in Vietnam.
Spider silk-based fibre producer Kraig Biocraft Laboratories has signed an MoU with Vietman's central government for the creation and rearing of transgenic silkworms in the country.
Around 500 workers at an apparel factory in Cambodia have been protesting for a sixth day over the sacking by management of three union officials.
Cambodia is to begin discussions next month for a 2016 increase in the minimum wage for the country's garment and footwear sector, just-style has learnt.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) says it “stands ready” to help the Cambodian Government with its draft law on trade unions, after labour rights groups this week expressed their fears that it "fails to meet international standards."
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