The Garment Manufacturers Association calls on international buyers to continue ordering clothes and textile made in Cambodia.
Political uncertainty is on the rise after the dissolution of the main opposition, the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP).
The US wants the domestic components in cars to rise to 50%, to the ire of Mexico and Canada.
Three people were injured yesterday after disturbing an unexploded ordinance while cutting trees on a farm in Snuol district.
Prime Minister Hun Sen accuses former opposition leaders of taking workers hostage by calling on foreign nations to stop buying Cambodian goods.
Prime Minister Hun Sen brushes aside any potential concern over the US cutting funding to the country over the recent dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
US nuclear commander will resist orders on an “illegal” launch of nuclear weapons.
The United States extends a grant to clear unexploded ordnances from the country through the Cambodian Mines Action Centre.
The Kampot Pepper Promotion Association exported 60 tonnes of Kampot pepper during the first nine months of 2017 and aims to reach 80 tonnes by the end of the year.
Weightlifting powerhouse North Korea are not on the list of entrants for this month’s world championships in the United States.
Trump says the United States is living in “dark times” as it grieves a shooting in Texas.
Former US president George HW Bush voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election and calls Donald Trump a “blowhard”.
indonesia’s military chief was temporarily barred from travelling to the US at the weekend due to an “administrative error”.
The Asia Foundation is calling on potential change-makers to apply for its 2018 fellowships.
Unesco is committed to facilitating dialogue among different civilisations, cultures and nationalities on the basis of respecting common values. It has gained wide recognition around the world.
Garment and footwear makers are set to submit a petition to the government of the United States to give Cambodian footwear exports preferential trade treatment.
The split between the USA and the world spills into the International Monetary Fund.
Disgraced former FIFA vice president Jack Warner was joyful at the Americans ouster from the 2018 World Cup.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis on Monday required the US Army to stand ready for military options while the president is seeking diplomatic solutions to the Pyongyang issue.
A US Navy destroyer sails near islands claimed by China, prompting anger in Beijing.
Turkish authorities issue a detention warrant for another US consulate worker, according to Turkish media.
Trade unions and employers associations request the European Union and the United States extend preferential treatment.
The Interior Minister is working on the repatriation of Cambodians from the US.
Authorities briefly detain protesters outside the US Embassy calling to end the war of words.
At every turn, Cambodia is shifting toward China for aid as it rebuffs the US, which Prime Minister Hun Sen says is behind a plot to overthrow his regime.
The Prime Minister urges the US to assist Cambodia in removing unexploded bombs that its forces dropped on the country during the Vietnam War.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces asks governors to suspend all searches for US troops missing in Cambodia since the 1970s.
A government official is defending Hun Manet’s ongoing European tour after he was met by protesters during a trip to Germany.
Cambodia’s Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn will lead a delegation to the United Nations General Assembly in New York
Cambodia set out its case yesterday in the row with the US over repatriating people convicted of crimes after Washington slapped travel bans on senior officials.