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  • 16 more Covid deaths, 587 infections in Cambodia

    The Ministry of Health on June 23 reported another 587 Covid-19 cases, all but 54 of which were linked to the February 20 community outbreak.

  • Growth Board all clear for first listing

    The Securities and Exchange Regulator of Cambodia (SERC) on June 22 approved DBD Engineering Plc for public listing on the Cambodia Securities Exchange’s (CSX) Growth Board. Expected to list later this year, the company will become the first to trade on the bourse’s secondary board which launched back in 2015.

Australia: Gold industry adds lustre to Cambodia’s diversification plans

Australian charge d’affaires Luke Arnold said compatriot Renaissance Minerals (Cambodia) Ltd’s commercialisation of gold in southwestern Mondulkiri province’s Okvau area will...

With herd immunity likely in 2022, is Cambodia ready to reopen for tourism?

The government aims to inoculate 80 per cent of the target population by June next year, giving it a head start among regional peers to reboot the sector but first, it has to do a...

England bounce Czechs to finish top as Croatia break Scottish hearts

England clinched first place in Euro 2020 Group D with a 1-0 win against the Czech Republic, while a Luka Modric rocket propelled Croatia into the last 16 as their 3-1 victory...

The rights to bodily autonomy crucial in Asia-Pacific and beyond

When Rachana Sunar was barely 15 in remote western Nepal, and about to avail of a scholarship to pursue further studies, her father wanted to forcibly marry her off to a man she did not even know.

China lures tens of millions of tourists to Tibet

In A room warmed by an open wood stove, Baima says her family converted their white-brick house into a hotel as China’s leadership ushers tens of millions of tourists to the politically sensitive region of Tibet.