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The Cambodian textile factory that craves ‘normal’


Creating conducive workplaces: Workers in the Pactics factory, which produces accessories for eyewear, in Siem Reap. — Thomson Reuters Foundation

Creating conducive workplaces: Workers in the Pactics factory, which produces accessories for eyewear, in Siem Reap. — Thomson Reuters Foundation

BORING is best when it comes to business – or so says Piet Holten, a Dutch entrepreneur who credits “normal” working conditions for helping to grow his textile factory in Cambodia.

The South-East Asian nation is a hub for textile factories supplying global brands, but the sector is plagued by problems of exploitation and abuse.

SME , Cambodia , textile

   

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