The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has severed ties with Huawei and ZTE.
India’s Reliance Industries Ltd, says it had halted supply of diluents to Venezuela’s national oil company PDVSA.
The US is pressing India to stop buying oil from the Venezuelan government.
Court drops an incitement charge against a former unionist who allegedly called on the EUto impose sanctions against Cambodia.
If international sanctions on North Korea are not removed, economic ties between Cambodia and North Korea will remain miniscule, which in turn affects the overall bilateral relationship.
To make Olympic history, experts say the bid would need to overcome Int’l sanctions.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns that if the EU imposes sanctions against Cambodia it amounts to destroying the opposition party.
The EU would commit a serious mistake if it decides to remove EBA from Cambodia. It should instead continue to help the Kingdom to develop its economy and gradually build democratic governance.
A powerful Iranian council approved an anti-money laundering bill.
The of Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is set to be back in a Canadian courtroom on Monday.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday lashed out against former opposition leader Sam Rainsy for circulating a statement that the former would release Kem Sokha by the end of December to avoid international sanctions.
On the surface, it seems that Thailand has been able to exploit its relationship with China to offset Western sanctions.
The US State Department is telling countries to cut oil purchases from Iran to zero.
Overall exports from Iran have dropped to 2 million barrels per day (bpd) in September from 2.8 million bpd in April.
US warns India against a planned purchase of S-400 surface-to-air missiles from Russia.
Representatives of the government and the private sector applauded AmCham’s recent move to send a letter to US’ Congress asking American lawmakers to give careful consideration to the impact that sanctions on Cambodia would have on the people.
AmCham Cambodia urged American lawmakers to carefully reconsider any possible sanctions against the Kingdom.
Iranian lawyers asked the International Court of Justice to order the US to lift sanctions.
US Sanctions on Iran has been more effective than expected, President Donald Trump’s national security adviser said.
China will use oil tankers from Iran for its purchases of that country’s crude.
While Prime Minister Hun Sen may be inclined to adopt some measures of “old wine in a new bottle”, the fact that some party seniors are talking about “old wine in an old bottle” is troubling to say the least.
German Minister criticises Trump.
The West is acting as a judge and executioner in the case of Skripal, Russians say.
Trump’s top security adviser has urged Iran to take up an offer of talks with the US.
Trump says the new US sanctions on Iran are “the most biting sanctions ever imposed”.
Adhoc president is concerned over Cambodia’s political situationin fear of sanctions.
The president of rights group Adhoc has expressed concern over Cambodia’s political situation which could result in international sanctions, urging the government and the dissolved CNRP to seek a political solution.
Iran plans to offer price and tax incentives to private investors.
Erdogan warns the US that sanctions would not force Ankara to “step back”.
The US House of Representatives passed the Cambodia Democracy Act of 2018 (H.R. 5754) on Wednesday, with a strategic intention to undermine hard-earned peace and democracy in Cambodia and the region.