The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) says it will push for recent revisions made on the draft trade union law to be changed.
During a meeting at the end of July, the Ministry of Labor said it had revised a number of provisions in the law, which is expected to be passed later this year.
One of the most significant changes includes lowering the minimum threshold for creating a union from 20% of a factory’s workers to 10 people.
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