The sides briefed each other on their operations, and exchanged the experience in the implementation of trade union movements at the local level.
They shared many ideas to optimize the role of trade unions and give better care for laborers, building a harmonious labor relations and promoting development of businesses and agencies.
NACC Vice President Kim Chann Samnang briefed his hosts on the employment situation, trade unions' activities and policies for laborers.
He said that Cambodia currently has 1.5 million laborers, 80% of whom have joined trade unions. Their average income reaches 250 – 350 USD per month, he added.
The official expressed his hope that the Trade Union of Public Utility Enterprises and Commercial Services of Ho Chi Minh City and the NACC will continue to share experience in trade union affairs and measures to attract more laborers, thus contributing to strengthening the friendship and cooperation between the two sides and promoting the socio-economic growth in each country.
During their stay in the city, the NACC delegation also learned from the city trade union's experience in women's affairs, financial and asset management, protection of laborers' rights and interest, and communications work.
They will tour a number of trade unions in a number of facilities in the city, and visit historical and cultural relic sites in the city and neighboring provinces until June 10.
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