A monthslong dispute between workers and management at the SL Garment Factory that turned violent last month appeared to come to an end Tuesday after the factory’s administration agreed to accept workers’ demands, a union leader said. Members of the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers’ Democratic Union (CCAWDU) had made a number of demands of the factory, including the reinstatement of 19 previously fired union representatives and the removal of shareholder Meas Sotha. “This is a very good decision by the employer…. On the workers’ side, we will keep trying to strengthen our good relationship with the employers
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