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Giving a talk at a conference in Prague in early March, when the Covid-19 pandemic was still spoken of in “it-won’t-happen-here” tones in Europe, I was asked by the moderator to give my word of the year.
Cambodia, despite reporting fewer coronavirus cases than most of its neighbors, could be among the region’s biggest Covid-19 losers due to economic...
Cambodia's strongman has long taken credit for the country's development, but Covid-19 is challenging that narrative.
The daily, which heaps praise on Cambodia’s autocratic ruling party, has a long history in the not-so-subtle art of plagiarism.
A new government department will monitor social media for images of women who, it deems, are dressed too sexily.
Should the government deem it necessary to impose emergency measures to fight Covid-19, they will adhere to international standards.
The rural economy faces a dire future with many relying on loans from micro-finance organizations.
Cambodian leader is widely speculated to have the coronavirus but bigger worries surround nation's poor public health services.
Coronavirus-hit SE Asia may not be as open as previously to Chinese aid, investment and tourism .
Aid-dependent nation goes from one of region's least to most taxed in bid to shore up economic independence.
Housing prices down 33% since online gambling ban drove Chinese migrants and punters back to China.
Prime Minister Hun Sen praised by Beijing for his comparatively lax handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
EU partially suspends Everything But Arms preferential tariff scheme in punitive response to an anti-democratic crackdown.
It was quite a coup for Hun Sen. Last week, the Cambodian prime minister traveled to Beijing to meet with President Xi Jinping, who hadn’t made a public appearance for more than week at the time.
EU tariffs, intense drought and deep debts all loom darkly over nation’s top crop and employer.
Ineffectual anti-corruption unit has ensured Cambodia’s consistent rank among world’s most graft-ridden nations.
As Cambodia faces domestic and international challenges, the country is pinning its hopes on three key issues for 2020, namely its position amid geopolitical competition, a new domestic political culture, and economic resilience.
Cambodian leader expected to overcome opposition threat, restore US ties and start dynastic transition in 2020.
Alipay serves over 1.2 billion users together with its regional partners and is the preferred payment method of Chinese tourists.
Sihanoukville resort is losing its golden luster as Cambodia obliges China’s firm request to shut down lucrative online gaming sites.