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An attendant checks bottles on a production line at the Coca-Cola factory in Nilai on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur

Coke to build $100M plant at PPSEZ
New facility expected to add 300 jobs, triple output

NGO: Data shows ‘wholesale sell-off’
Licadho says land concentrated in plantations

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Political analyst Ou Virak on the Licadho founder withdrawing her nomination for the final seat in the NEC

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Head of election watchdog tapped for NEC post

Hang Puthea, head of election-monitoring group Nicfec, has been selected as the ninth member of the reformed National Election Committee (NEC), it was announced yesterday, just hours after Licadho president Pung Chhiv Kek officially turned down th

Animal charity warns against birth-control shots

A dog lies on an operating table on Monday in Phnom Penh before undergoing surgery for a uterus infection at a veterinary clinic

After surgically removing a 12-kilogram infected uterus from a dog in Phnom Penh, a leading animal charity has issued a warning about the dangers of giving dogs and cats birth-control injections, a cheap and widespread procedure in Cambodia they s

Vietnam to link China & Bavet

A security guard waits at the entrance of the Manhattan Special Economic Zone in Svay Rieng province

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung last Monday approved plans to build a new economic corridor linking China, along Vietnam’s northern border, to the Bavet International checkpoint in Cambodia, in order to facilitate increased flow of goods

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Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama in Siem Reap

First lady of the United States talks girls education during trip to Cambodia.

Leang Seckon

Cambodian artist hits the big time

Phnom Penh based artist Leang Seckon's collage reflections on Khmer society are featuring at the prestigious Art Basel in Hong Kong.

She who tells the story

A diverse group of five female photographers and filmmakers told their stories at a Ruom Collective event to celebrate International Women's Day.

Villagers, gov’t, UDG at table

A man sits next to the charred remains of his house that was allegedly burned to the ground by Chinese company Union Development Group in Koh Kong’s Botum Sakor District

An end to the long-running land dispute in Koh Kong province between China’s Union Development Group and more than 1,100 families may have inched closer to a resolution yesterday as all parties discussed an equitable resolution in Phnom

Exhibition of 1920s photos provides portal to the past

The bank of the Mekong

The photographs of the mysterious travelling actor Georges Portal are being exhibited for the first time thanks to an old family friend