The intervention this week by Prime Minister Hun Sen in a series of labor disputes could please workers but upset investors.
Cambodia owes the US some $300 million, plus fees, in debt incurred during the Lon Nol regime of the 1970s.
Seventeen factories have cases against labor leaders, claiming the September strike was illegal.
Phao Sak, 26, was in serious condition in Calmette hospital in Phnom Penh following the assault.
Cambodia has repeatedly sought the elimination of $300 million in debt from the Lon Nol era, without success.
Cambodian petanque throwers win, and win often. But the professional options for women in the sport are limited.
Cambodia stands to benefit from the growing interest from major powers like the US and China, but to do that, it must remain neutral.
The demining organization has helped clear some 160,000 square meters of mines, focusing mainly on the war-troubled northwest.
Hun Sen said Wednesday that if the court complaints went forward, the strikes would continue.