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Another bank’s logo on notice

After Acleda Bank and Prasac Microfinance were ordered to change their logo to avoid confusion with government institutions, Sathapana Bank has begun removing its logo from signage in preparation for a possible network-wide logo change.

Gov’t gets heat for ivory decision

Officers from Cambodian customs display some of the 1.3 tonnes of African elephant tusks seized from containers shipped from Mozambique to Phnom Penh last year. Wildlife alliance

Cambodia, home to a number of large ivory busts in recent years, has rejected calls to destroy its stockpiles – the preferred method internationally for dealing with the seized contraband – with government officials saying they plan to exhibit it instead.

‘Change’ begets ‘disaster’: Banh

Prime Minister Hun Sen (left) and Defence Minister Tea Banh at an Interior Ministry meeting on Friday in Phnom Penh. FACEBOOK

Defence Minister Tea Banh in a speech yesterday characterised the opposition’s rallying cry of “change” as a threat to national stability and peace, a day after Prime Minister Hun Sen promised to ensure free and fair elections.

Role of fisheries emphasised

Fishermen carry fresh fish to sell in markets for the prahok season in Russey Keo district in Phnom Penh last month.

A spate of reports by WorldFish, an international organisation that researches how fisheries can help reduce poverty and hunger, illustrates how the fishing industry supports the economic survival of many of the Kingdom’s inhabitants.

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