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Cambodia Casino Operator NagaCorp Posts Profit (video)

Philip Lee, executive deputy chairman of NagaCorp Ltd., the largest hotel, gaming and leisure operator in Cambodia, discusses the company's financial results, business outlook, and the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.

Stranded Cruise Arrives in Cambodia (video)

A stranded cruise liner that had been turned away by 4 Asian governments over #coronavirus fears has docked in Cambodia.

EU Hits Cambodia With Trade Sanctions Over Rights Breaches

Brussels aims tariffs on $1.1 billion of imports as of August. Move partially suspends European trade benefits for country.

Cambodia to Be Hit Next Week by EU Trade-Sanctions Verdict

The European Union is poised to make good on a threat to impose trade sanctions against Cambodia as a result of alleged human-rights violations.

U.S. Furniture Industry Eyes Cambodia as Vietnam’s Wages Rise

Haverty CEO says wood furniture ‘is not coming back’ to U.S. Retailer confronted supply chain disruption in move from China.

Sri Lanka’s LOLC Prepares to Sell Its Biggest Overseas Unit

LOLC plans to sell Cambodia unit to raise funds to expand. LOLC may seek strategic investor for Singapore holding firm.

North Korean restaurants operating in Cambodia, generating cash for Kim regime and defying UN...

At least three and possibly more North Korean restaurants are operating in Cambodia’s capital in apparent violation of United Nations sanctions that took effect earlier this year.

The EU Is In a Bind Over Trade Versus Human Rights in Cambodia

The European Union and Cambodia moved closer to a confrontation that may be a litmus test for whether EU free trade helps promote free societies.

U.S. warns Asean that Cambodia exiles face torture if sent back

The U.S. has warned the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) that Cambodian dissidents attempting to return home to restore democracy to the authoritarian state could face torture, if forcibly handed over to officials.

Cambodia Warns of Coup as Southeast Asian Neighbors Detain Exiles

Deputy opposition leader set to be allowed to enter Malaysia.

Cambodia Opposition’s Mu Sochua Released, Plans Return by Land

Mu Sochua, the vice president of the banned opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, says she has been released from detention at an airport in Malaysia.

National Bank buys remaining stake in Cambodia’s ABA Bank

National Bank of Canada has signed a deal pay $83.5 million to buy the 10 per cent stake in Cambodia-based ABA Bank that it did not already own.

Japan Frets ‘Belt and Road’ Could Give Cover to China’s Military

Japan believes China could use its global “Belt and Road” infrastructure initiative to push its People’s Liberation Army into the Indian and Pacific Ocean regions, a move that could shake up regional security.

The $24 Billion Online Casino Boom China Is Struggling to Halt

The Communist Party is hard-pressed to stop the spread of digital gambling in Asia.

Thailand Wants to Be Southeast Asia’s Power-Trading Middleman

The plan aims to balance regional power oversupply, shortage.

Casino Operator NagaCorp: Chinese Visitors ‘Big Impact’ on Cambodia

Timothy McNally, chairman of Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp Ltd., the largest hotel, gaming and leisure operator in Cambodia, discusses the company's growth strategy. He speaks with Sophie Kamaruddin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

The U.S. Fears This Huge Southeast Asian Resort May Become a Chinese Naval Base

Encompassing 20% of Cambodia’s coastline, the China-backed Dara Sakor investment zone is unlike any other in the Southeast Asian nation.

Thailand on Red Alert in Bid to Stop ‘Pig Ebola’ Crossing Border

China, Vietnam, Cambodia are battling outbreaks of the virus.

Angkor Wat Is Great and All, But It’s Time to Give Siem Reap Its...

The famous jungle ruins may be Cambodia’s crown jewel, but there’s more to take in now at this tourist town, as artists, chefs, and eco-conscious hoteliers reshape its identity.

Traders Spooked as African Swine Fever Keeps Spreading

Disease hits almost all China, 23 cities, provinces in Vietnam. China meal demand seen down for first time in more than decade.