Cambodian unions, employers and the government have agreed to increase the minimum monthly wage of textile and footwear factory workers by US$8 next year, a rise of 4.4%, despite some workers saying the rise is not enough to improve their living standards.
Workers will receive US$190 a month starting in January. The current minimum monthly wage is US$182.
The decision was made by the three sides during a final meeting on the minimum wage in September.
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