Hun Sen warned workers that continuing to press for the bonuses could lead to the closure of two-thirds of garment factories in the country.
If the 10 million mark is reached, it will mark an increase of 13 percent on 2017.
As more of the rural poor seeking work move to cities, they leave their children at home where they are vulnerable to physical, sexual abuse.
In October, the E.U. told Cambodia it had 12 months to reverse its crackdown on critics, civil society and the media or risk being suspended from the Everything But Arms (EBA) scheme, which allows Cambodian products duty-free access to E.U. markets.
The move also comes amid rising anti-Chinese sentiment in Cambodia following a spike in Chinese immigration.
After two years at university, Thul Rithy decided to quit, opting to teach himself English and explore the country by bicycle to gain inspiration.
The five-year project will be run in three major cities: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Battambang.
The World Bank has warned that Cambodia’s economy will face increased risks if the EU presses ahead with Cambodia’s expulsion from the scheme.
Cambodia and Turkey agreed to increase bilateral trade to $1 billion.
EU trade sanctions would cripple the economy if Hun Sen refuses democratic demands.
According to the National Bank of Cambodia, the country has more than 70 microfinance institutions and 170 rural credit operators.