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  • Students won’t be tested before returning to school

    Students will not be tested for Covid-19 before resuming studies at 20 schools in Phnom Penh and some provinces after parents protested, saying the tests are not necessary. Ministry of Education spokesman Ros Soveacha told The Post on Monday the ministry agreed with the Ministry of Health about the Covid-19 testing during the phase-one reopening and decided not to proceed with it.

  • Minister says no meat in Sino-Cambodian FTA

    Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon told The Post on Thursday that although Cambodia and China will soon sign a free trade agreement (FTA), meat exports won’t be approved anytime soon because of the strict requirements applied to them. However, meats are on the list of products to be considered in the FTA.

Bicycle exports climbing in response to international demand

Cambodian bicycle exports totalled $241.7 million during the first half of 2020, according to data from the General Department of Customs and Excise of Cambodia. At that rate,...

Land dispute with Thai firms long resolved, landless families told to submit applications

Oddar Meanchey provincial authorities remain puzzled about the Thai Appeal Court’s recent ruling in favour of more than 700 families who claimed to have been locked in a land...

Racing fears for future after crowd trial cancelled

Gloriuos Goodwood felt more like Gloomy Goodwood this weekend despite the sunshine after a pilot scheme to welcome 4,000 spectators was cancelled at short notice due to an uptick...

More than 50 years of remarkable transition of ASEAN

On August 8, ASEAN will celebrate the 53rd anniversary of its establishment. Along this remarkable growth journey, ASEAN has undergone significant transitions.

Tunisia opens its beaches for tourists after lockdown

Tourists are back on Tunisia’s beaches after charter flights resumed to the North African country following a break of more than three months due to the coronavirus pandemic.