Cambodian government threatens to withdraw financial incentives offered to NagaWorld protestors

The Royal Government of Cambodia has issued a statement around the ongoing worker protests outside integrated resort NagaWorld, claiming it has already provided financial incentives to individuals affected by layoffs and warning those incentives may be withdrawn if the protests continue.

The statement, published by The Khmer Times on Wednesday, claims the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training has been “working tirelessly” to resolve the dispute between NagaWorld and around 220 workers who have refused one-off payments from their former employer.

It also says the Ministry “offered financial incentives to employees affected by the downsizing and continued to ensure that legitimate benefits of those downsized employees have been assured.”

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