Cambodia’s booming but strike-ridden garment industry was hit by fresh protests on Monday, as hundreds of workers took to the streets of the capital to protest over the dismissal of pro-union staff. “We demand our friends back to work. They were not doing anything wrong,” insisted 30-year-old Heng Vanna, who earns 40 dollars a month from the Chinese-owned Luen Thai Garments.

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