By  on April 15, 2013

SINGAPORE — Cambodia’s garment manufacturing industry, already reeling from widespread industrial action and a series of mass faintings, is facing grave risks in fire safety, according to a new report from the International Labor Organization’s Better Factories Cambodia program.

BFC’s monitors canvassed 160 factories in the Southeast Asian kingdom for six months starting May 1 and found adherence with fire safety regulations dropped by an unprecedented 30 percent to a 57 percent compliance rate.

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