The Garment Manufactures Association in Cambodia issues a letter to PM pleading for container trucks detained by authorities.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns to shut down locations that illegally modified trucks.
PM applauds last week’s meeting of North and South Korean leaders.
Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on people to drive carefully over the coming Chinese New Year in order to avoid traffic accidents.
PM slams Rainsy for filing a lawsuit against Facebook allegations of “false likes”.
Government announces the establishment of the country’s first marine national park.
PM Hun Sen vowes to keep former opposition leader Sam Rainsy out of the country’s political sphere until the day he dies.
Authorities cracks down on nearly 500 illegally modified trucks to allow overloading.
Authorities cracks down on nearly 500 illegally modified trucks.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says that the majority of road damage in the country was caused by overloaded cement trucks.
Chip Mong cement factory in Kampot is presented to the public.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called for an investigation into why workers and students faint in factories and schools.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the current trilateral mechanism in place is sufficient.
Transport Ministry asks World Bank a $110 million to upgrade National Road 4.
PM says organisers must arrange seating at events so that Buddhist monks sit higher than the people and the king.
PM Hun Sen says the Council of Ministers would hold a meeting today.
PM Hun Sen warns Rainsy not to come to Asia, and called his Cambodia National Rescue Movement a terrorist organisation.
The government paid about $390,000 to female garment workers who delivered babies.
The draft law on access to information will help eliminate disputes between the government and journalists.
PM says on his Facebook page that the number of people celebrating Chinese New Year in Cambodia is increasing.
PM Hun Sen urges companies to consider Cambodia as their next investment destination.
Cambodia asks Japan to support the general election with financial aid and observers.
Hun Many, Prime Minister Hun Sen’s son, has been recognised for his role in public affairs by the Indian government.
PM wraps up his state visit to India, with new hope and commitment to strengthen the bilateral partnership between the two countries and their people.
India agrees to provide a $20 million concessional loan for the construction of electricity transmission lines.
Among the many discussion topics were economic relationships, trade, defence and security cooperation, and crime fighting and counter- terrorism.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday ordered former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng to pay Prime Minister Hun Sen $125,000 in compensation for defamation.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s official state visit to India this week gives credible optimism for a bolstered trade relationship between the two countries.