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HK$200,000 a month Cambodian casino job turns into ransom nightmare for young Hongkonger

University graduate in his 20s flew to Cambodia for job as ‘croupier’ only to discover he was to work for scammers.

333 Taiwanese job scam victims remain trapped in Cambodia: Cabinet

At least 373 Taiwanese have recently been duped into working for Cambodia-based fraud rings through fake job advertisements, with 333 of them trapped in human trafficking criminal operations in the Southeast Asian country.

Casino workers at Cambodia’s NagaWorld face brutality, jail time for striking

This special Workers of the World report from The Real News takes an inside look at the evolving labor struggle of workers at NagaWorld.

New 112 units take total factories in Cambodia to 1,947 by July-end

A total of 112 new manufacturing units opened in Cambodia during the first seven months of this year, while another 47 closed down, according to the ministry of industry, science, technology, and innovation.

21% rise in Cambodia’s trade in Jan-Jul 2022, US biggest export market

Cambodia’s international trade rose to $32.82 billion between January and July this year, a year-on-year (YoY) rise of 21.3 per cent.

Cambodian people urged to help end snaring and wildlife trafficking

The Cambodian government and wildlife conservationists have urged the people to help end the snaring crisis and combat wildlife trafficking.

Cambodian government cancels development of Phnom Tamao forest amid outcry

Prime Minister Hun Sen has stepped in to cancel all development projects slated for the Phnom Tamao forest, near the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, following months of public condemnation.

Garment waste from Nike, Clarks and other leading brands burned to fuel toxic kilns in Cambodia

Off-cuts from Cambodian clothing factories that supply leading western brands, including Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors, are being used to fuel brick-kilns - exposing bonded workers to toxic fumes.

Cambodia Says It’s Found Its Lost Artifacts: in Gallery 249 at the Met

Cambodia suspects many items were looted and has concerns about a former curator’s business relationship with a Met donor later accused of antiquities trafficking. The museum is seeking evidence of the claims.

Magazine spread of ‘most beautiful house in America’ conceals allegedly stolen Cambodian relics

Photos featured in Architectural Digest stories on the homes of the billionaire Lindemann family offer clues to investigators struggling to reclaim lost cultural heritage and shed light on the secretive private antiquities trade.

How Phnom Penh Can Recapture Its Mid-Century Glory

Once regarded as the “jewel of Asia,” Cambodia’s capital has since become a byword for sprawl and shambolic planning.

Vietnam eyes China’s expanding presence in Cambodia

In June 2022, several media reports announced that China was opening a military base at Cambodia’s Ream naval base located on the southern tip of Cambodia close to the contested waters of the South China Sea.

Vietnam eyes China’s expanding presence in Cambodia

In June 2022, several media reports announced that China was opening a military base at Cambodia’s Ream naval base located on the southern tip of Cambodia close to the contested waters of the South China Sea.
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