Further 25,588 workers of 67 enterprises to be paid allowances from the government.
Coronavirus in EU and US has resulted in declining orders for Cambodian products.
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid siege to Cambodia’s garment industry. We investigated the unravelling of the sector and asks what the future holds for its beleaguered workforce
GMAC appeals to all buyers who source their goods from its members to cooperate.
City Hall is temporarily allowing trucks to transport goods during daytime.
Recent shipments coming from China are projected to fill shortage in raw materials.
PM urges Chinese Ambassador to consider exporting raw materials by air and sea.
Urgent measures to help importers.
New technology will improve competitiveness and productivity
Zilingo has collaborated with the GMAC and CGTI to bring a new form of digitisation to Cambodia’s garment factories.
A new association was launched to boost the Kingdom’s garment industry.
New technology is needed to make the garment industry more competitive.
The minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment, and footwear industries has increased to $190 in the year 2020
Cambodia to be the venue of one of the biggest gatherings of garment stakeholders.
National Council for Minimum Wage selects two vice presidents to represent workers.
An officials-Unions meeting to discuss minimum wage in the garment sector for 2020.
Companies are required to pay seniority indemnity to their workers: Ministry.
Unionists are to call for increasing the monthly minimum wage for workers in 2020.
Experts discuss the role of automatisation in garment and textiles industry.
The Gov’t approves $4 billion worth of investment projects during the first 4 months.
Investment in the garment and footwear sector is growing at a slightly slower pace.
Nike, Adidas, and Levi Strauss express concern over the labour and human rights situation in the country.
Rubana Huq, vows to boost female leadership as most factory workers were women.
The government is called to improve labour and human rights conditions.
W&D Company has accepted the return of more than 1,000 of its sacked workers.
Labour Ministry decides to suspend seniority indemnity payments.
The Cambodian Garment Training Institute has been providing intensive training programmes to garment workers since 2016.
Shenzhou Int’l holds the groundbreaking ceremony for its second factory.
W&D garment workers march to the Labour Ministry over their labour dispute and demand all workers are back to work.
Over 80% of garment and footwear factories are paying workers bi-weekly wages.