With its first ever copy published in 2014, Cambodia’s leading English newspaper Khmer Times celebrated its fifth anniversary with a grand celebration at NagaWorld last Friday.
It was an ordinary “busy” kind of day for everyone, especially for Mr. Mohan who was busy prepping for his daughter’s wedding, whilst attending to all his client calls.
Business publishers should refrain from joining other media reports to echo news that could potentially harm business confidence or create panic among fund suppliers, credit suppliers and borrowers, said Chea Serey, Director-General of Central Banking at the National Bank of Cambodia.
Since its inception, Khmer Times has been at the forefront of embracing technology. We endeavour to make it easier for our readers, whether in Cambodia or overseas, to get access to breaking news coverage from the kingdom.
We will not be publishing during the Water Festival from November 21 to 25. Publication will resume on November 26.
Khmer Times took the extraordinary step of organising a series of roundtable discussions with political parties registered to contest this Sunday’s general election.
Cambodian journalists have covered little on political parties’ platforms during the election campaign while fake news remains poisonous for voters.
Three political parties pledge to empower women in Cambodia to take part in politics.
Three political parties criticise the ruling CPP for its failure to implement laws effectively.
Three political parties contesting the election slam the government, accusing it of abusing human rights.
Khmer Times appoints Kay Kimsong as its chief operating officer to help build up the newspaper’s coverage in the national election.
Khmer Times Group celebrated its 4th anniversary on Saturday at the Himawari Hotel Apartments in Phnom Penh.
We are living in a new, digital world. Though newspapers remain as relevant as ever, many of us also opt to scroll through our phones for news.
Raymond Robertson is a professor and holder of the Helen and Roy Ryu Chair in Economics at the Bush School of Government.
Green Leader CEO speaks about the investment of $200 million to develop farmlands.
The investment was made by Tanncam Investment Singapore and not Tanncam Investment (Cambodia).
Khmer Times sits down with the CEO, and deputy CEO to discuss the bank’s achievements.
Sin Chanthy, president of the Cambodia Freight Forwarders Association.
Top editors of Khmer Times, on Monday, paid a courtesy visit to BELTEI International University in a bid to build better relations between the publication group and the university’s students.
As a media voice that reflects the conscience of the people, we have strong concerns that Khmer Times’ privacy protection on social media, especially on Facebook, has been compromised.
Viber celebrate achieving two million registered users in Cambodia.
Yunyong Muneemongkoltorn, general manager of EPSON Thailand, talks to Khmer Times.
sits down with Khmer Times to discuss the company’s operations and expansion plans in the kingdom.
Khmer Times’ Sok Chan discusses with Sen Sovann, director general of the General Directorate of Animal Health and Production (GDAHP).
Sok Siphana, a highly respected Cambodian lawyer, has played a key role in helping develop the Cambodian economy from its humble beginnings.
Cambodia will send 184 soldiers to a UN peacekeeping mission in Lebanon in mid-January to take over from Cambodia’s blue hat forces there. General Chhum Sucheat, a spokesman for the National Defence Ministry, told Khmer…
Khmer Times discusses the local insurance market with Jan Arend Wes, CEO of Sovannaphum Life Assurance PLC.
Tatiana Valovaya, a board member of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), sat down with Khmer Times.