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Garment worker

Garment sector wage set at $140
Gov't announces $12 monthly increase in 2016

Fighting child labour
Kingdom has made ‘moderate advancement’, but challenges remain

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Licadho coordinator In Kongchit on the arrest of Areng Valley activist Ven Vorn


Driver in fatal crash sentenced

Svay Rieng bus crash

The Svay Rieng Provincial Court today sentenced the bus driver responsible for a fatal crash in May that claimed 19 lives to five years’ imprisonment, according to a family member of one of the deceased.

Another Areng activist arrested

A prominent Areng Valley activist joined three other environmentalists in jail yesterday in Koh Kong after being questioned at the provincial court about alleged “forest crimes”.

Netflix eyeing 2016 launch

Netflix, the world’s biggest internet television network, is set to change the local pay-TV landscape when it launches services in Cambodia next year as part of a global rollout.

Group of Montagnards heads back to Vietnam

Twenty-four Montagnards are set to return to Vietnam today, becoming the first group to volunteer for repatriation since the government last month ordered the asylum seekers to leave of their own volition or be forcibly expelled, officials said.

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Floating away

Floating away

An ethnically Vietnamese community that has lived on the water in Phnom Penh for decades is given three weeks notice to cut their houses loose.

Provincial fried rat

Provincial fried rat; the new organic fad?

Cambodian exporters have found an unlikely selling point for their rodents - hygiene.

Chea Sim cremated

Chea Sim cremated

King sends off late Cambodian People's Party president

Election Law points discussed

The ruling Cambodian People’s Party wants to remove provisions in the Commune Election Law punishing intimidation, vote buying and partisan civil servants and soldiers, a round-table discussion on electoral reform heard yesterday.

Tax collections reflect increased payment options

Government coffers received close to a billion dollars in tax revenues for the first nine months of the year, up 25 per cent compared to the same period a year earlier, with convenient tax payment options contributing to this rise, accor