“Reforming at home and making friends abroad based on the spirit of independence” has become the mainstream foreign policy strategy of Cambodia.
PM says a cabinet reshuffle is on the horizon to improve workflow and its efficiency.
The public mood and discourse have shifted from the speculative return of the outlawed opposition leader to the domestic reform agenda. Actually, reform is the core issue of contemporary Cambodian politics.
The new zones will bring the total number of China’s pilot FTZs to 18, which serve as pioneers of the country’s reform and opening up as they test new styles of foreign investment management, trade facilitation and transformation of government functions to better integrate the economy with international practices.
Until July 2019, Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Commission (KPK or Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi) had not, since its establishment in 2003, lost any of the hundreds of cases it brought to full trial. This was a remarkable achievement in a country renowned for entrenched and widespread corruption at the highest levels.
Academics are urging the government to reform economic land concession procedures.
The current bottlenecks of Cambodia’s trade strategy are the narrow export market, complex regulations and informal fees, and high trade logistics cost.
The rapid conclusion of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement is vital for the next stage of regional transformation and reform in the Asia Pacific.
At the beginning of the previous mandate from 2013 to 2018, Prime Minister Hun Sen delivered a five-hour speech to his new cabinet lineup, in which he made it crystal clear that reform was the main agenda.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has vowed to implement deep reforms in the national police in a move to cope with complexities of crimes in the Kingdom.
The recalcitrant opposition’s repeated call on the military to partake in the regime change aims to divide and destabilize the country. It is necessary for the government to take strict measures to prevent the potential emergence of “watermelon” soldiers.
Cambodia can achieve its social protection agenda under the (SDGs).
A territorial dispute is the latest in a series of irritants that have become a feature of Singapore–Malaysia relations since Mahathir Mohamad resumed power as prime minister.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has officially endorsed a decentralisation proposal aimed at restructuring the management of cities and their districts as part of a bid to expand public services and enhancing the roles of local administrations.
Moon Jae-in vows to continue his government’s economic reform drive in 2019.
The Sixth Mandate of the Royal Government has now well passed its first 100-day test. This is the benchmark for each new mandate, to test its mantle and set the agenda for the next five years or so.
Internal reform and international relations were discussed on the second day of the Cambodian People’s Party congress.
The World Trade Organization is scrambling to develop a plan for the biggest reform.
For the past 40 years, opening up to the rest of the world has driven China’s economic growth. In the years since reform and opening began in 1978, China’s economy has developed rapidly.
The main task of the new Cambodian government is to deliver what it has promised, especially in terms of raising the living standard of its citizens.
Is the Indonesia Solidarity Party (PSI) a distinctly new political vehicle that is detached from the old guards of Indonesian politics?
the government must double its efforts on reform, says Hun Sen.