Cambodia won’t stay hidden from international investors for much longer. Revised GDP figures from the World Bank show growth will hit 7 percent yet again. Cambodia has been growing this fast since the global crisis of 2008-2009.
Cambodia is home to some of the most beautiful and storied temples, mountains, waterfalls, not to mention the tangible emblems of the kingdom’s history itself. Evidently, these places have gained tremendous popularity.
University of Phnom Penh’s department of psychology sees a decrease in students.
PM urges all ministries to continue work on improving literacy in order to achieve sustainable development goals by 2030.
Interior Ministry officials meet with their Chinese counterparts for training Cambodian law enforcement personnel.
Prime Minister Hun Sen asks Chinese businessmen to invest in human resources, energy and infrastructure in the Kingdom.
Leaders of CLMV pledge to strengthen cooperation in a number of priority sectors.
A government advisor pledges to help build the capacity of Cambodia’s hr.
sits down with Khmer Times to discuss the company’s operations and expansion plans in the kingdom.
Chinese and Cambodian authorities promises to increase HR training to strengthen cooperation between unions and factory owners.
The Ministry of Tourism has been training and strengthening the capacity of tour guides in Preah Sihanouk.
Japan has been helping the government train officials for 17 years.