Chinese Ambassador says PM’s upcoming visit to China will improve the relationship.
Chhoeun Chanthan has been granted a royal pardon following a request by PM.
Companies listed in the local bourse are entitled to a 50% deduction in income tax.
APPF members are encouraged to cooperate in order to keep investments flowing.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday marked 34 years in power by pledging to push for economic revival and vowing to not let anyone die of starvation so long as he stays in power.
Six people from different walks of life weigh in on the state of the Kingdom.
PM announces this year to be the year of cultural and tourism exchange with China.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns that if the EU imposes sanctions against Cambodia it amounts to destroying the opposition party.
The Asian Cultural Council will today begin a series of roundtable meetings to discuss four topics about culture in Asian countries.
The Asian Cultural Council will tomorrow begin a series of roundtable meetings to discuss four topics about culture in Asian countries.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday unveiled a national policy to counteract the effects of the potential revocation of Cambodia’s preferential trade status with the European Union and the United States.
Diplomatic passports not to be issued to advisors who are not Cambodians by birth.
Two local media organisations are demanding an apology from the leader of the Khmer Rise Party over criticism made during a meet between journalists and Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday.
The railway networks in Cambodia and Thailand will be officially connected in March, the Transport Minister recently announced.
Cambodia and her people, under the wise leadership of Prime Minister Hun Sen, are ready to chair the official launch of the Asian Cultural Council (ACC) tomorrow in Siem Reap, the home of Angkor.
The government issued a directive forbidding the issuance of diplomatic passports to foreigners who are naturalized Cambodian citizens and are appointed as advisors or assistants to ministries. The Prime Minister signed it on Wednesday, Jan.9.
The Prime Minister rejected the Information Ministry’s plan to create more digital television channels.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announced on Friday (Jan.11), at the annual meeting with journalists from across the land, that all border checkpoints will be manned only by immigration and custom officials in the future.
Hundreds of journalists will today attend an annual solidarity dinner with Prime Minister Hun Sen in a move to boost relations between the government and media.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday urged thousands of garment workers to stop demanding one-time payments of owed seniority indemnity.
The King signs off on the amendment to the Law on Political Parties.
A sibling of the PM calls for action against a woman who allegedly forged documents.
Hun Sinath, a sibling of Prime Minister Hun Sen, has called on Kampot Provincial Court prosecutors to take action against Po Neap, a woman who allegedly used her other brother’s name, Hun San, to win land from villagers in 2005.
The government yesterday marked the 40th anniversary of Victory Day by hosting a massive celebration attended by thousands at Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday praised his administration for bringing political and social stability to the Kingdom, improving the business climate and turning the country into an attractive investment destination.
PM says the gov’t is open to discussions with rival political parties and NGOs.
The government will today mark the 40th anniversary of the January 7 Victory Day, the turning point of war between the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese-backed forces of Prime Minister Hun Sen in 1979.
The Grassroots Democratic Party wants the government to keep Boeng Tamouk lake.
The annual celebration of the Victory Day – the commemoration of the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime – is all set for today, January 7, after extensive planning and rehearsals done weeks before the special occasion.
The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Asian Cultural Council on January 15 in Siem Reap province.