Prime Minister Hun Sen concludes his trip to Eastern Europe.
The Czech government pledges to support the Kingdom’s efforts to retain its Everything-but-arms trade status.
PM asks Chinese investors to continue doing business in the Kingdom.
The Cambodian Rice Federation asked the EU to halting the process to withdraw EBA.
The CPP Central Committee is set to hold an urgent meeting tomorrow on the issue of a possible Everything-but-arms withdrawal.
The government projects a slowdown in economic growth next year.
Last week, Prime Minister Hun Sen said that the withdrawal of the Kingdom’s access to EU’s EBA preferential trade scheme is not a big concern. He said the key concern was the inability of his officials in carrying out their assigned tasks.
PM renews accusations of EU’s double standards over the possible suspension of EBA during WTO talks.
Sar Kheng says Rainsy has done nothing to help the development of the Kingdom.
Prak Sokhonn reiterates that the gov’t will not exchange its sovereignty for EBA.
GMAC: the full withdrawal of the Kingdom’s EBA trade status is unlikely.
Three former CNRP politicians called on visiting European Union delegates to re-consider the bloc’s plans to remove the Kingdom’s Everything-but arms trade status.
A fact-finding team sent by the European Commission arrived in the Kingdom.
In February 2019, the European Union launched an 18-month process over whether or not to maintain Cambodia’s preferential access to the EU market under the Everything But Arms (EBA) trade scheme.
CPP spokesman Sok Eysan responds to a resolution regarding the Everything-but-arms trade status review.
The recent statement by China’s Wang Huning, a member of the Political Bureau of the Chinese Communist Party, that China would find ways to help Cambodia to mitigate the risks deriving from the removal of Everything-but-Arms (EBA), was certainly a welcome piece of news.
Investment in the garment and footwear sector is growing at a slightly slower pace.
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.
Civil society groups and trade unions call for measures to prevent possible withdrawal of Cambodia’s Everything-but-arms.
Outgoing European Union Ambassador George Edgar says farewell.
Prime Minister Hun Sen responds to criticisms made by political analysts and opponents regarding his leadership.
A fact-finding mission sent by the EU will arrive in Cambodia late this month.
Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn has renewed criticisms of the European Union for its “double standards” when it comes to dealing with the government.
Kong Korm says the removal of EBA will not improve human rights conditions.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.