Investors in Cambodia’s clothing industry are increasingly purchasing modern equipment as they look to produce higher value-added products to compete in the global market and counter rising labour costs.
Ly Tek Heng, operations manager at the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia, said rising wages are reducing margins on the production of low-value clothing in the face of fierce global competition.
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