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Cambodia's Naga casino denies union busting as strike continues

Operator's rare public statement follows protests and arrest of workers

NagaWorld Casino worker protest outside the National Assembly building in Phnom Penh on Jan. 4 after several union members were arrested.   © Reuters

PHNOM PENH -- Cambodia's largest casino operator, NagaWorld, has denied it targeted union members in mass layoffs last year that led to an ongoing strike.

NagaWorld employees on Tuesday began their 37th day of industrial action near Naga's complex in Phnom Penh, where the company holds a monopoly license to operate casinos.

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