The prison population in the country increased by nearly 30% in 2017.
Nearly 20,000 female workers migrated legally to work overseas in 2017.
The National Police’s annual report highlights the opposition party’s alleged attempt to overthrow the government.
Thai authorities deported more than 13,000 Cambodian migrant workers last year.
A new laboratory to monitor food products and ensure their safety in Svay Rieng.
Dubai airport was the world’s busiest for international passengers in 2017.
Ministry of Labour says more than 1,600 workers fainted in 22 factories in 2017.
Ministry of Health warns that dengue fever cases could spike this year.
Bank loans to the construction and real estate sector in Cambodia in 2017 totaled $3.91 billion, or the equivalent of about 24.28% of the total loan portfolio at the end of 2017.
Agriculture Ministry officials sprayed anti-viral disinfectant at livestock breeding farms nearly 40,000 times in 2017.
There are 1,428 forestry and wildlife crimes in 2017, with 778 cases ending up in court and 650 cases leading to fines.
A government crackdown resulted in 1,428 cases of forestry and wildlife crimes in 2017, with 778 of those cases ending up in courts and the remaining 650 leading to administrative fines.
Siam Cement Group reports a strong performance of its Cambodian operations.
Kampot property prices surged significantly in the early part of this year and at the end of 2017, compared with the previous year, thanks to the growth of the tourism sector, insiders say.
Spain surpasses the US as the world’s second most visited country after France.
The number of fainted garment workers in 18 factories in 2017 decreased 28% compared with 2016.
The opening of a quality-inspection centre for agricultural products in Kandal province has been delayed.