Government stands to profit from Thailand’s approval to sell unrated sovereign bonds from the Kingdom
Fireworks displays planned for next week’s Water Festival and November 9’s Independence Day celebrations will take place as scheduled, despite a mishap that killed a bystander during royal celebrations on Wednesday, an official said yesterday.
Rather than reaching a consensus on next year’s minimum wage in Cambodia’s garment sector as they were instructed, a tripartite working group is to file two suggestions for the wage to the Ministry of Labour, neither supported by unions.
More than $35 million worth of Siamese rosewood was gifted to logging baron Try Pheap’s companies earlier this year by the cabinet of Prime Minister Hun Sen under orders that the tycoon destroy the wood.
Companies contracted to carry out social and environmental studies of the proposed Stung Cheay Areng dam in Koh Kong province yesterday confirmed that the Sinohydro Group is set to renew work in the Areng Valley in the coming days.
Cambodia's taxation system fell five places on the World Bank’s 2015 Doing Business index (DBI).
Just 18 per cent of more than 60,000 hopeful students who re-sat the grade 12 national exams earlier this month have passed, according to official results released yesterday.
Number of entries are likely to drop slightly for the fifth Junior Tennis tournament beginning today at the National Tennis Center.
A drunken cop took a hoe to the head in an argument over a noisy bike in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district late on Tuesday.
Police said the officer had driven his moto to a massage parlour, and was revving the bike outside.
The daughter of legendary Reamker performer Ta Krut never thought she would hear her father’s voice again.