By  on July 18, 2013

GENEVA — After many years of steady progress in Cambodia, working conditions are deteriorating. In many export-oriented apparel factories, key areas including fire safety, child labor and occupational safety and health show worsening conditions, according to a monitoring report released Thursday by the International Labor Organization.

“Unfortunately our data shows that following steady improvement in working conditions between 2005 to 2011, conditions are now declining,” said Jill Tucker, chief technical adviser of the ILO’s Better Factories Cambodia, or BFC, Program.

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