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Low dry season flows in Mekong drive down Cambodia’s Tonle Sap, countries urged to improve basin-wide management.
Construction of two coal-fired power plants will begin at the end of this year in Xekong province in the southeast of Laos, according to a senior government official on Tuesday.
CP All, the local operator of 7-Eleven convenience stores, has suspended its plan to launch 7-Eleven stores in Laos and Cambodia due to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak in both countries.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy has indicated that it’s ready to resume discussions with Thailand over the shared benefits of the Overlapping Claimed Area (OCA) in the Gulf of Thailand.
Improvement in the price of live pigs has steadily pushed up domestic pig production, Cambodia Livestock Raisers Association (CLRA) president Srun Pov said on Thursday.
The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) is advising Thai businesses to invest in coffee and milk tea products in Cambodia, as it already has more than 800 coffeeshops nationwide and is showing good potential for more.
The family of Wanchalearm Satsaksit and Amnesty International (AI) representatives today visited the Cambodian Embassy in Bangkok to seek information on the enforced disappearance of the Thai activist, on the occasion of his 38th birthday.
Amnesty International Thailand called on Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen to ensure “timely investigation of the abduction” of government critic Wanchalearm Satsaksit, in an event titled “One Month of finding the truth”, organised by the human rights organsation and the Satsaksit Family at Angoon Children’s Park in Bangkok’s Wattana district on Saturday (July 4) to mark the one-month anniversary since Wanchalearm disappeared in Cambodia.
Cambodian authorities have not found any clues on the disappearance of Thai pro-democracy activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit, 37, who was abducted from his apartment in Phnom Penh on June 4, the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
The Thai government wants Cambodian migrant workers to stay in Thailand rather than return to their homeland during the Covid-19 crisis.
Fifty-four Cambodian nationals were arrested at the Thai-Cambodian border in Sa Kaeo’s Ta Phraya district for allegedly entering the country illegally.
Around 400-500 Cambodian workers are stranded at the Aranyaprathet immigration checkpoint in Sakaew province after the checkpoint was closed today (March 23). It is expected to reopen only on April 14.
Four monks from Cambodia have been arrested for illegal entry into Thailand, after police were tipped off by the locals in Krabi that they were involved in fund-raising activities in southern provinces, said Immigration Police chief Lt-General Sompong Chingduang today (November 21).