Labor Dispute Shakes Up Cambodian Tourism
Cambodia relies heavily on tourism to boost its economy. But a labor dispute between the popular hotel chain Raffles and its workers has prompted many U.S. labor groups and lawmakers to avoid the chain, as the country's tourist high season approaches. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.
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