US$150 minimum wage for garment factory workers is feasible according to research; current minimum wage is US$61.
Profit made by H&M, GAP, Puma and other big brands is close to US$1 billion/year from Cambodian workers.
US$2 billion is spent on administrative costs, transportation and others including unofficial fees= corruption.
Workers’demands for US$150 and other benefits must be met through transparent dialogues and negotiations and not court orders and police crackdowns.
Radio Free Asia report in Khmer : http://www.rfa.org/khmer/indepth/oppinion-to-increase-worker-wage-01262013033216.html
This powerful video tells the truth: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hlMKKFUJ2NQ