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September 20, 2023

The union leader believes workers should get US$220 to US$300 minimum wage by 2024

Mr. Ath Thorn, President of CLC Cambodia, said that garment workers should get monthly wages between US$22០ to US$3០០ so they can support their liv...

May 31, 2023

Ambassadors from 4 countries visit CLC

On 30 May 2023, the Ambassadors of the Netherlands, Switzerland, Switzerland, Finland and Belgium to Cambodia and Thailand visited the Cambodian La...

May 24, 2023

This morning, the Board of Directors Holds the 18th meeting of the first mandate to review and discuss some of the pl...

Phnom Penh: On Wednesday morning, May 24, 2023, HE Dr. Ith Sam Heng, Minister of Labor and Vocational Training and Chairman of the Board of the Nat...

May 04, 2023

On International Labor Day, Cambodian Workers Urge Government to Pay Attention to Addressing Challenges

Ath Thorn tells reporters at the 137th anniversary of International Labor Day in the park in front of the Development Council Cambodia: “Toda...


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Cambodian Labour Confederation established on 09 April of 2006 and registered in No KB/VK on 31 December of 2008 in the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, is the democratic and independent confederation. Nowadays, CLC has 101278 members from federal members, eight of associations and unions...

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