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  • Prasac secures $150M loan from shareholder

    Cambodia Securities Exchange-listed Prasac Microfinance Institution Ltd (Prasac) received another $150 million loan from its new shareholder KB Kookmin Bank (KB) to secure its financial stability and expand lending capacity amid the Kingdom’s ongoing fight against the spread of Covid-19.

  • WWF: Urgent action needed to protect endangered fish

    On the occasion of Cambodia’s National Fish Day on Wednesday, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF-Cambodia) and the Fisheries Administration urged law enforcement officials to take urgent action to protect endangered Mekong fish from extinction.

Prasac secures $150M loan from shareholder

Cambodia Securities Exchange-listed Prasac Microfinance Institution Ltd (Prasac) received another $150 million loan from its new shareholder KB Kookmin Bank (KB) to secure its...

Where is Cambodia’s exit strategy that can save the economy?

With the prospect of being slammed by a double whammy, the government is working on an economic recovery plan to deliver it from Covid-19 and the EU’s partial withdrawal of the...

Russian Athletics misses deadline to pay doping fine

Russia's Athletics Federation (Rusaf) missed the deadline on Wednesday to pay part of a million-dollar fine handed down by the world athletics body, jeopardising some Russian...

Dengue, Covid-19 combo could crash Philippine healthcare system

The Covid-19 pandemic is caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), and its cases have been on a rapid rise in the Philippines since March.

Acropolis in Athens reopens after virus closure

Greece reopened the Acropolis in Athens and all open-air archaeological sites under tight sanitary conditions to the public on Monday after a two-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.