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Garment workers shout slogans during the launch of a campaign at Veng Sreng Boulevard

A brand new strategy
Unions upping pressure on buyers in $177 minimum wage push

Workers from the neighbouring NagaCorp construction site demolish a section of wall at the Buddhist Institute in May

Naga eyeing institute land
New hotel would displace Buddhist centre

Quote of the day

Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations Vice President Sandra D'Amico on wages in the garment industry

Leading

Mam Fund pledges cash for AFESIP

A new organisation has been created under the name of disgraced sex-trafficking activist Somaly Mam, which says it will raise money for a local NGO she founded that lost funding in the wake of allegations that key parts of her life story were fabr

Between a stone and a hard place

Nearly 200 families in Preah Vihear didn’t realise that by settling for a buyout from an extractive industry firm, they may have also discarded their religious site.

Testing for civil service on radar

Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng yesterday called on government ministries to clean up their civil service entrance tests, which are widely perceived to be plagued by corruption, and pointed to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports drastic re

Money still owed in Global Fund scandal

The Ministry of Health still owes $83,053 to the Global Fund, the remaining portion of $473,300 in misused funds identified by the international donor body in a damning corruption investigation last year.

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ONE FC

ONE FC hits the Kingdom

Three Cambodian fighters prepare for one of the biggest sporting events ever held in Phnom Penh.

techfest

Getting high tech in Phnom Penh

On Monday, creative, tech-savy Cambodians got together to exhibit Apps, drones and cameras helping tackle social, environmental and political issues in Cambodia at a USAID backed innovation show.

Scot Marciel

'Not locked in'

Scot Marciel, one of the US State Department's top Asia diplomats, sat down with State of Play during a whistle-stop tour of the region.