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July 14, 2010
Verk Mom, 24, a worker from Prey Veng province working at a Vietnamese-owned garment factory, puts on...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Verk puts on make-up as she prepares to work as a hostess at a beer garden, in Phnom Penh
Verk Mom, 24, a worker from Prey Veng province working at a Vietnamese-owned garment factory, puts on make-up as she prepares to work as a hostess at a beer garden, in her rented room in Phnom Penh July 11, 2010. Verk, who earns approximately $50 per month at the factory, holds her hostess job to earn extra cash. Around 20,000 garment workers went on strike in Cambodia on Tuesday, according to a trade union leader, who said they were demanding a bigger increase in the minimum wage than the 9 percent agreed by rival unions last week.On July 8 the government, employers in the sector and five largely pro-government unions agreed to increase the minimum wage in Oct. 1 from $51 to $61 a month. Picture taken July 11, 2010. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA - Tags: SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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