Investment in the garment and footwear sector is growing at a slightly slower pace.
Government, private sector and civil society representatives gathered on Friday to discuss the impact of a likely removal of Cambodia’s preferential trade status in the European Union and explore potential courses of action.
The GMAC collects about $50,000 to support the Kantha Bopha Hospital.
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia has demanded all unions respect Directive 443 issued by the Labour Ministry and for the government to urge those affected by the directive to comply.
Deputy secretary-general of GMAC Kaing Monika sits down with Business Insight to share his views on the EBA, relating the EU’s threat to remove the EBA to a court case saga in which Cambodia is the accused.
GMAC welcomes the approval of the amendment of article 89 of the Labour Law.
Leaders of government speak on the role of women in Cambodian society.
Unions congratulate workers for taking home the new minimum monthly wage of $170 for the first time.
The number of workers fainting in 2017 decreased 28% if compared with 2016, in 18 factories around the country.
The Prime Minister will award medals to garment factories that allow pregnant workers to leave work 30 minutes early.
Garment industry employers meet labour officials to discuss short-term contracts.
Authorities are investigating a boiler explosion which injured one person at the Bright Sky factory in Por Senchey.
Some in the business community welcome a plan to launch a pension scheme, manufacturer’s say it could be a burden.
While industry diversifies to high value added products, upgrading of technology and modern machinery is needed for all factories.
Prime Minister Hun Sen is inviting garment workers to a meeting to check their working and living conditions.
Garment and footwear makers to press the United States on preferential trade terms.
The first of professional courses in factory supervision and leadership launched yesterday by the Cambodian Garment Training Institute.