The International Labor Organization (ILO) and the government agreed Wednesday to introduce public disclosure of non-compliant garment factories as part of a three-year extension of the Better Factories Cambodia (BFC) program. Officials at the ILO also said that BFC would publicly report on unions found to be violating the country’s labor law through illegal strikes or other unlawful industrial action by workers. “The agreement also promotes the enforcement role of the Royal Government of Cambodia and acknowledges the re-introduction of public disclosure,” the ILO and the government said in a joint statement released Wednesday. BFC came under criticism
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