Chinese are snapping up properties in Thailand for both personal use and investments.
Banteay Meanchey authorities to create a new border crossing into Thailand to alleviate heavy traffic at the Poipet International Checkpoint.
Tearful former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra says she did not act dishonestly.
Thailand sentences 10 Cambodians to prison for seeking employment on fake passports.
Thais urged to help celebrate their new king’s birthday today as he consolidates his power.
Siam Cement has lowered sales growth forecast due to sluggish investment in the private sector.
Thailand’s central bank tightens credit and unsecured loans to contain household debt.
Thailand’s sugar prices are still being tightly monitored despite a government commitment to free up production.
A worker for the Cambodian Mine Action Centre and two other men are accused of cross-border weapons smuggling.
Labour Ministry releases a detailed schedule for illegal workers who remain in Thailand to aid them in gathering legal documentation.
The Labour Ministry estimates that 1.5 million Cambodians work in Thailand.
Cambodian police have arrested three people believed associated with weapons smuggling from Cambodia into Thailand.
Thailand’s Supreme Court set August 25 as date for verdict in trial of the Yingluck Shinawatra.
It unspooled a crisis across Southeast Asia as gangmasters abandoned their human cargo in the camps where hundreds died from starvation and malaria, and at sea in overcrowded boats.
A senior officer has claimed there are no weapons being smuggled from Cambodia to Thailand.
Rice prices in India and Thailand, the world’s top two exporters of the grain, fell this week on low export demand, traders said yesterday.
Police in Oddar Meanchey province have reprimanded six Thais caught fishing illegally in Samrong town.
The ministry held a meeting to review the human trafficking situation in Cambodia, where figures of migrant workers disclosed.
Gunmen shot dead eight people, including at least one child, in a house in Thailand after holding them hostage, police said yesterday.
The mass exodus of migrants – estimated to be more than 60,000 – is only the latest chaos to highlight the precarious lives of migrant workers who take up difficult and dangerous jobs in Thailand’s factories and fishing boats.
The commerce ministers of Cambodia and Thailand yesterday agreed to delay a planned 2017 forum on trade.
Four Cambodians were hurt when the pickup they were travelling in crashed into a truck in Thailand’s Buriram province.
Foreign Affairs says it will support Cambodian migrants abroad, as workers continued to return home from Thailand.
More than a dozen members of an assembly appointed by Thailand’s junta have resigned to be able to contest elections.
Thailand’s junta yesterday delayed a new labour law after a decree prompted thousands of Cambodian workers to flee the country.
Thailand has defended its efforts to stop human trafficking, following United States criticism.
Thirteen returning Cambodian migrant workers have been hospitalised in Thailand.
Thousands of Cambodian workers are being extorted as they flee Thailand.
A crackdown on illegal workers in Thailand has frightened many migrants.
A Cambodian working with his wife in Thailand allegedly murdered her by slitting her throat before trying to kill himself.