Representatives of the private sector in Cambodia and Vietnam call on customs authorities from both countries to simplify and streamline export procedures as a way of boosting trade.
A businesswomen working along the border is under arrest for possessing and transporting luxury timber without proper authorization.
Cambodia is considering humanitarian aid for refugees in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
Cambodia and China sign a memorandum of understanding on e-commerce cooperation, by which China will provide technical advice to help boost e-commerce in the kingdom.
Given the demographic boom and the relative stability that has allowed economic growth to continue, one may argue this is
a ripe time to begin to think about what being ‘independent’ actually means.
Cambodia’s premium fragrant rice is voted one of the best in the world in the latest global competition, coming in the top three.
Cambodia settles for second in Group G of the AFC Under-19 Youth Championship qualifiers.
Cambodia and Thailand will sign a Memorandum of Understanding on cross-border trade in early November to comply with Thailand’s new customs law.
The number of Cambodians going hungry fell between 2008 and this year, according to the International Food Policy Research Institute 2017 Global Hunger Index.
Bok Borak, director of the culture ministry’s film department, says the “unacceptable” film was banned from theatres.
Globally, one in 10 people fall sick every year from eating contaminated food.
Cambodia’s preparations for AFC Cup qualifications falters as they fall to Indonesia.
In its latest report, the World Bank has revised its forecast of the kingdom’s real economic growth for 2017, lowering it by 0.1 percentage points.
US-based Uber officially launched its ride-sharing service in Cambodia yesterday, making good on its expansion plans in Asia.
As a refugee producing country for more than 20 years, it is commendable that Cambodia has gone to great lengths to show the world that they are now ready to help others.
At the request of the Cambodian government, the Chinese government decided to assist Cambodia in constructing water supply facilities in rural areas to solve a shortage in the dry season.
The Prime Minister urges the US to assist Cambodia in removing unexploded bombs that its forces dropped on the country during the Vietnam War.
Prak Sokhonn is defending the government’s arrest of Kem Sokha, claiming the country “upholds itself to the universal principle of fundamental human rights”.
China’s vice premier Zhang Gaoli says Cambodia will benefit from the expansion of his country’s flagship Belt and Road Initiative.