Last year, rice exports increased by 17.3 percent, reaching 635,679 tonnes.
Deputy Prime Minister Bin Chhin met with the newly appointed Indian ambassador and both sides vowed to further bilateral cooperation, trade and investment between the two nations.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called for an investigation into why workers and students faint in factories and schools.
The Supreme Court upholds a lower court verdict against land activist Tep Vanny who was last year convicted of violence.
PM posted on Facebook to say there is no need to change the country because people are already living in peace.
PM says organisers must arrange seating at events so that Buddhist monks sit higher than the people and the king.
Cambodia asks Japan to support the general election with financial aid and observers.
Cambodia has asked Japan to support the general election in July, including financial aid and sending observers, according to a post on Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Facebook page. The move was made after Prime Minister…
Among the many discussion topics were economic relationships, trade, defence and security cooperation, and crime fighting and counter- terrorism.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday ordered former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng to pay Prime Minister Hun Sen $125,000 in compensation for defamation.
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha’s daughter has appealed to the public and to former members of the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) to stop defaming her father after Mr Sokha denied he would join the…
Members of the ruling CPP’s Permanent Central Committee voted yesterday to support the Prime Minister as the party’s candidate for the general election.
PM lashes out at foreign analysts who recently commented on his health, labelling them “stupid”.
PM Hun Sen marks 33 years in power, vowing to stay for greater economic revival.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a woman to a year in prison for accusing PM of being behind the murder of Kem Ley.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s lawyer has filed a fresh legal complaint against jailed political analyst Kim Sok.
PM says that a direct air connection between Phnom Penh and Ankara is needed.
PM hails the government’s success in preventing a colour revolution as he presided over a ceremony to celebrate Victory Day.
I note with some irony the story in Khmer Times last Thursday titled “District governor warned over traffic”.
PM says Cambodia was proud to prevent and reduce communicable diseases, such as swine flu, bird flu, and HIV/AIDS.