PHNOM PENH – For three hours, Cambodian seamstress Em Thy waited in a crowd with hundreds of other laid-off garment workers on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, desperate to be selected for a one-off shift.
Defeated, the 53-year-old shouted insults at the factory recruiters as they drove away without her one morning last week.
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