Tourism Complex Workers Continue Protest Amid Negotiations

Performers and staff from the Cambodian Cultural Village in Siem Reap continued protesting through Thursday, fearing the loss of an administrative office would make working conditions worse in the future.

Dozens of employees of the tourist park held signs outside the complex along National Road 6 starting from August 14 and continuing this week in protest of a 20 percent pay cut since March and loss of a $25 monthly food stipend.

Company representatives have said the salary cuts amid the pandemic-spurred economic downturn, which has hit the tourism sector hard, were made in order to keep over 300 workers employed.

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