Cambodia has raised the minimum wage for its garment workers by 20%, following a series of strikes over pay and conditions, but union leaders said on Friday it was not enough.
The monthly minimum wage for the hundreds of thousands of workers who make clothes for companies such as Levi Strauss of the US and Sweden's H&M will rise from $61 to $75 (2,200 baht), the government said.
Workers will also be given an additional $5 a month for healthcare, according to a government announcement on state-run television late Thursday. The increase will take effect from May 1.
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