By  on June 23, 2014

WASHINGTON — Cambodia’s commerce minister, here on Monday to make a pitch for more foreign direct investment, revealed that a second major U.S. company — Target Corp. — has reduced its orders in the Southeast Asian nation over labor unrest.

Speaking at the Center for International and Strategic Studies, Cambodian Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol said Target has pulled some production out of the country following a similar move by Levi Strauss & Co., which said in late May that it was scaling back on orders based on labor and human rights concerns.

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