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  • ASEAN working group prepares new proposals for Cambodia as chair

    The ASEAN Senior Law and Justice Working Group of the Ministry of Justice chaired its first meeting to review requests from the ASEAN Secretariat and to consider the possibility of submitting a number of necessary project proposals to the secretariat while Cambodia is chair of the bloc.

  • Aid for factory workers ends

    The Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training announced that it would halt financial support for more than 320,000 factory workers who were laid off due to their factory suspending work because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Kep-Koh Tonsay Tourism Port open

The Kep-Koh Tonsay Tourism Port, a pier on mainland Kep town replacing an old one, was inaugurated on January 19, and is expected to greatly benefit the provincial economy, and go...

The effects of the USD interest rate hike on Cambodian economy

Experts weigh in on the effect of a potential interest rate expansion by the US Federal Reserve on a highly dollarised Cambodia

Page to lead Wales WC bid after Giggs court case delayed

Wales manager Ryan Giggs’s trial on charges of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and her sister has been delayed until August because of a courts backlog, meaning Robert Page is set to...

A dinosaur move against crypto

It has been far too long since we saw still-stuck-in-the-1980s policymakers propose something completely out of touch with the changing world.

Laos’ Tad Yeuang waterfall receives Asean tourism award

The well-known Tad Yeuang waterfall in Pakxong district, Champassak province, has been recognised with an ASEAN sustainable tourism award, which will be presented to provincial officials at a ceremony to be held in Cambodia.