Sao Run is worried that if the clothing factory where she works closes down she won’t be able to feed herself and her son.
A 34-year-old widow, she has spent almost 13 years making coats and jackets at a facility on the outskirts of Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh.
With overtime she can earn up to $250 (£200) a month, but the future of the workshop and others like it in the country is now uncertain due to a continuing political dispute between the European Union (EU) and Cambodia.
Cambodia’s garments manufacturing sector has boomed in recent years, in no small part due to the EU granting the country’s exports tariff-free access to Europe, starting back in 2012.
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