The EU-Canada free-trade agreement’s provisions do not breach EU law.
Asean asked to issue declaration decrying decision to impose duties on Cambodian rice.
Europe needs to decide on a digital tax and should lead the way, Vestager says.
Premier Li Keqiang kicked off his visit to Europe on Monday. During his trip, he will co-chair the China-EU leaders’ meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk in Brussels.
Exports of milled rice rose by 6 percent during the first quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2018, according to the latest report from the Ministry of Agriculture.
For all the talk, the Brexit debate has barely moved beyond how to get out of the EU, let alone tackle the big issues, writes Lawrence Freedman.
Single-use plastic items will be banned in the European Union by 2021.
The pound extended losses and derivatives markets signalled more weakness.
In recent weeks, Khmer Times has published several opinion and editorial pieces on Cambodia’s present-day international relations challenges. Those authors were passionate in crying foul over the possible withdrawal of Cambodia’s Everything But Arms preferential treatment.
Honda says any delay to Brexit must be long enough to give businesses stability.
The EU does not lack any opportunity to give the world and in particular to its former colonies moral lessons. In the name of the “values and principles” – which it pretends to defend and promote – it assumes the right to bring to the states of the planet assorted assessments and judgments, according to the cases, and impose punitive sanctions selectively.
Spotify has filed a complaint with EU antitrust regulators against Apple.
With the clock ticking inexorably closer to the UK’s official departure date from the EU, the week ahead promises to be a nail-biter. DW’s Rob Mudge takes a look at the key Brexit scenarios.
Brexit could be reversed if lawmakers reject the government’s exit deal, British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said.
At the annual conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation last week, Cambodian Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn criticised the EU for exercising “double standards” and treating Cambodia unfairly.
Divorce can be costly, especially when there is no prenuptial agreement in place. The United Kingdom is finding this out the hard way as it tortuously tries to decouple itself from the European Union.
Prime Minister Theresa May won a two week reprieve on Wednesday from British MPs, who postponed a threatened rebellion aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit after she agreed to a possible delay to Britain’s departure from the EU.
The move to withdraw Everything But Arms trade privileges could jeopardise any possible future long-term efforts by the EU to build local capacities for safeguarding Cambodia’s democracy.
Turkey criticises as “unacceptable” a vote by the European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee calling for the suspension of EU accession negotiations with it.
Recent news on the EU’s stepped-up process to withdraw the Everything But Arms (EBA) tariff-free access to European markets for Cambodian exports has drawn comments from both ends of the spectrum.
The Royal Academy of Cambodia says the removal of the EBA would not be fair.
Sam Rainsy ideologically belongs to the conservative right. In the US, he quickly benefited in the nineties from the support of Heritage Foundation and the International Republican Institute. In Europe, the CNRP has joined the Liberal International funded by the Friedrich Neuman Stiftung.
Within the context of looming economic pressures from the European Union and possibly also from the United States, some news analysts and observers have drawn a quick conclusion that Cambodia’s economy is bound to collapse.
As global stakeholders, the EU and Asean have the responsibility to advance the international rules-based order and preserve their ‘global commons’.
Rice exports in January saw a small decline that exporters have blamed on the EU.
May rejects the idea of targeting a customs union with the European Union.
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization will contribute to infrastructure development in the fisheries sector.
In the coming two decades both the EU and Cambodia should base their relationship on an equal partnership.
The Cambodia Rice Federation (CRF) said the European Commission’s decision to re-impose tariffs on Cambodian rice was made too hastily, leaving local farmers and exporters unprepared and unable to remain competitive in the European market.
Some voters in an ancient English town have a message for the politicians in London.