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  • Thailand boosting rubber exports a concern

    Rubber growers and exporters have expressed concern that prices will continue to fall as Thailand seeks to boost its natural rubber exports, industry insider Men Sopheak said.

  • Exports of footwear and travel goods buoyed by tariff privileges

    Cambodia's footwear and travel goods exports dramatically increased in the first nine months of this year, thanks to tariff privileges they received from the US under its Generalised System of Preferences (GSP). An amendment to the GSP that went into effect in July 2016 removed US customs tariffs on Cambodian-made travel products such as luggage, backpacks, handbags and wallets.

Cambodia imports 5,000 tonnes of Indian salt

Cambodia imported about 5,000 tonnes of salt from India amid a shortage of stock, Salt Producers Community of Kampot-Kep (SPCKK) co-president Bun Baraing said on Sunday. This...

Building a holistic education community at CIS

Education is an essential building block to the economy of a country. It is the element that grows, nurtures and matures the younger generation of a society.

Bancroft, Burns back for Oz as Ashes flops axed

Cameron Bancroft and Joe Burns got the nod on Thursday for Australia’s Test squad to face Pakistan, with Usman Khawaja and Marcus Harris axed after flopping during the Ashes...

What do we want from our oceans?

The question “What do we want from our oceans?” is one we need to ask ourselves, but before answering we need to acknowledge the diversity of expectations and aspirations that we all have for oceans, which cover more than two-thirds of...

Havana at 500: A city illustrated by four portraits

Half a millennium since its founding by Spanish colonists, the Cuban capital Havana has become a byword for Latin American romance and revolutionary nostalgia.