Former Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya says he has always acted with integrity.
China’s economic power and influence can be a source for sustainable development in Cambodia, but for this to happen requires strong leadership from both countries.
Education Ministry pleads to cease sharing national exam questions and answers online.
Anti-Corruption Unit declares that the national exam was conducted with integrity.
The International Tennis Federation has hit back at accusations that there has been a lack of transparency.
The EU warns holiday rental site Airbnb to bring consumer terms in line.
The Transparency Corruption Index in 2017 ranked Cambodia number 161 out of 175 countries.
The principles of openness, non-discrimination, transparency and open regionalism – which have helped generate prosperity in the region, especially for developing economies in Asia – are being severely challenged.
To increase transparency in the tourism industry, the government has issued a directive regulating the use of service fees.
The government releases sub-decree to enhance efficiency in non-tax revenue.
Cambodia officially launches the National Summary Data Page, a portal that publishes essential macroeconomic data.
The public’s understanding of the national budget is at an all-time low, report says.
An agreement of combatting terrorism financing and money laundering.
31 districts are selected to have new one-window service offices this year.
A discussion with the director-general of the General Department of Taxation.
The draft law on access to information will help eliminate disputes between the government and journalists.
The National Election Committee has reaffirmed its commitment to making sure July’s general election is free and fair.
The General Department of Taxation launches its electronic payment system and announced plans for an electronic filing platform.
Aid groups say even with strict policies to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace, most admit it remains an under-reported issue.
The Cambodia Youth Party president will file a complaint, seeking transparency.
Japan wants Britain’s exit from the European Union to be predictable and transparent so companies can continue smooth operation.
The Ministry of Interior issues regulations to stop corruption at one-window services.
The Telecom Regulator of Cambodia has issued a directive to mobile operators that they are transparent with automatic fees.