Radio Free Asia is closing its Phnom Penh office, telling staff their employment contracts are terminated with immediate effect.
The owner and publisher of the shuttered Cambodia Daily newspaper has issued a letter of apology to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
As a second generation journalist, I hate to see any newspapers close for the simple reason that people like me lose their jobs and readers lose the opportunity to hear a variety of views.
The Cambodia Daily announces that it will cease operations on Monday, after 25 years of publishing in Cambodia.
New Zealand’s Labour Party to tax tourists to fund new infrastructure amid boom.
The General Department of Taxation reaffirm that two radio outlets, Radio Free Asia and Voice of America, will have to pay tax.
The publisher of the Cambodia Daily newspaper is hitting back at the Finance Ministry’s tax department.
Preah Sihanouk provincial authorities are ordering all tourist boats ferrying passengers to add an additional $2 to each ticket.
The government agrees to delay plans to force lawyers across the country to pay tax after row.
Prime Minister Hun Sen orders tax officials to probe media outlets failing to pay their taxes.
The government has raised $2.1 billion from taxation, customs and excise in the first half of this year.
Buying a new home does not mean that you spend only on the base price of the property – you also have to spend on additional costs associated with the property.
Tobacco tax experts from Asean countries met in Siem Reap province yesterday to discuss how to maximise tobacco tax revenue in Asean.
Government announces it will delay the implementation of the 10% value added tax from all microfinance institutions and banks.