Court drops an incitement charge against a former unionist who allegedly called on the EUto impose sanctions against Cambodia.
It came as no surprise to many government officials when the European Union launched its six month-long period of intensive monitoring and engagement period, as part of its review of the Kingdom’s Everything-but-arms trade scheme.
No one would oppose extension of talks on Brexit, Juncker says.
May to speak to every EU leader to seek changes to her EU withdrawal agreement.
Businesses test their emergency Brexit preparations in the event of a disorderly exit.
Prime Minister Hun Sen vows not to bow to international pressure and rallied his ruling CPP party to silence remnants of the former opposition party and prepare the Kingdom to stand tall once the EBA is gone.
The Ministry of Commerce is planning a meeting with public and private actors to discuss the revocation of the European Union’s Everything-but-arms (EBA) deal and to find ways to diminish its impact on the economy, the ministry said in a press release.
The EU is testing Cambodians’ will by threatening to drop EBA, says Hun Manith.
Prime Minister Theresa May told lawmakers to hold their nerve over Brexit.
The EU starts monitoring for six months that could lead to the suspension of EBA.
May rejects the idea of targeting a customs union with the European Union.
From Britain’s hospitals and schools to its prisons and armed forces, firms supplying essential public services have been asked by the government
Britain would permanently regret leaving the EU without a deal, says business minister.
Sanofi has nearly completed its preparations for Britain’s planned exit from the EU.
Siemens to accept defeat if the EU rejects its pleas to allow the combine with Alstom.
With the recent imposition of tariffs by the European Union, the local rice sector needs to focus on enhancing competitiveness by increasing efficiency and reducing costs, the Ministry of Agriculture said in a statement this week.
Queen Elizabeth urges lawmakers to seek common ground over Brexit.
The Chinese government has agreed to continue to support Hun Sen’s government.
The government has downplayed the effects tariffs imposed by the European Union.
The European Commission has imposed tariffs on rice imports from Cambodia and Myanmar that, it says, are hurting farmers in the European Union.
Theresa May has earned her defeat in parliament and only has herself to blame. Brexit has developed enormous destructive power. No matter how this British drama ends, the damage will remain.
McDonald’s Corp has lost its rights to the trademark “Big Mac” in a EU case.
The European Union told Britain it could have a different kind of Brexit deal.
most people living Clones feel strongly against a hard border after Brexit.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns that if the EU imposes sanctions against Cambodia it amounts to destroying the opposition party.
Exports of rice last year declined slightly, according to a report issued yesterday by the Secretariat of One Window Service for Rice Export Formality (SOWS-REF).
In less than a week, the European Union will decide on whether or not to impose tariffs on rice from Cambodia and Myanmar.
The EUEOM is deploying monitors to supervise and evaluate the presidential elections.
After a roller-coaster of a year in which the country held national elections and the European Union announced it is reviewing Cambodia’s trade status, 2019 seems poised to bring plenty of opportunities to the rapidly-growing SME sector in Cambodia.
Every year, many Cambodians get the privilege of getting the Erasmus+ Scholarship from the European Union. The programme aims to support education, training, youth and sports. Many Cambodians have become successful after they completed the programme.