Gov’t is preparing five-year development strategies for the garment and bags sector.
TST Group announces plans to expand its business operations in Cambodia.
CLMV countries are encouraged to improve their production chains to export to Japan.
The minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment, and footwear industries has increased to $190 in the year 2020
Labour Ministry decides to suspend seniority indemnity payments.
The tripartite commission (union, government, employers) tasked with determining the minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment and footwear industries have agreed to increase the minimum wage to $182, beginning January 2019.
Tilak Raj Bathla’s tiny weaving factory is one of the few still humming on a once busy road in the northern Indian city of Panipat, known as the country’s “textile city”.
Labour Ministry and relevant parties start talks on the minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment and footwear industries.
More than 1,000 textile workers in Daun Keo City demand their unpaid wages.
A report on Cambodian labour finds that ten sectors in the job market are still facing shortages in skilled workers.
The National Assembly adopts a draft minimum wage law.
The (CDC) has issued registration certificates for 35 projects with capital of $444 million.
The Kingdom can no longer depend on the same old growth drivers to sustain its economy if it wants to move into higher value-added production and climb up the global value chain, writes Pheakdey Heng.
Direct investment from South Korea has increased, reaching $4.5 billion last year.
The Garment Manufacturers Association calls on international buyers to continue ordering clothes and textile made in Cambodia.
The country’s economic growth projection for 2017 was revised down to 6.8 percent, a slight decrease from a previous forecast of 6.9 percent, due to a moderation of growth in textile exports and a slowdown in the construction sector
After months of meetings and bargaining, Labour Minister Ith Samheng announces the increase minimum salary.
More than 300 French companies might seek investments in the garment, textile, tourism and agriculture sectors.
UN Security Council bans textile exports and caps fuel supplied for North Korea.