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Research

The Impact of Proposed Industrial Zones on Conditions in Cam bodian Garment Factories
According to a report from the Ministry of Commerce and t he Asian development Bank, at the time of publishing in 2004, there were 196 factories or companies with a round 230,000 employees. However, the more recent estimation of the workforce i n garment industry is that it has gone up to around 300,000. The vast majority of the factories are loc ated around the outskirts of Phnom Penh, the country ’ s capital.
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tags : Human Rights , Labour, 2007

Working Conditions for Garment Workers in Cambodia, 2006-2007
The end of the Multi-Fibre Agreement (MFA) and its quota system at the end of 2004 had a strong effect on the Cambodian garment industry a nd its workers. In 2006 WAC published a report detailing those effects and the changes mad e to the garment industry in 2005. This paper serves as a follow-up, using information coll ected through interviews, the meetings, quarterly gathering, and interactions with gar ment workers to document the changes (or lack thereof) to the garment industry in the second year following the end of the MFA.
Download this resource : WAC monitoring report 06 07
tags : Human Rights , Labour, 2007