PHNOM PENH - Workers at US-owned Caltex gas stations in Cambodia went on strike Monday to demand higher wages and better working conditions.
Bikers chat each other to head for the other gas station in front of a closed Caltex gas station during a strike Monday in Phnom Penh. (AP photo)
A strike leader, Sar Mora, said at least 250 Cambodian employees halted work, forcing at least 17 of the country's 26 Caltex stations to suspend operations.
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