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Cambodia to suspend fish exports

The Cambodian government has suspended all fish exports as it tries to stabilise domestic supply in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Cambodia likely to postpone Asem13 to next year

Cambodia is expected to postpone the upcoming 13th Asia-Europe Meeting (Asem13) to next year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Cambodia allows tax exemption for aviation, tourism sector

Following the temporary suspension of operations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has issued a three-month minimum tax exemption for the aviation sector and exemption on monthly taxes for tourism operators.

Covid-19: Cambodia halts rice, padi exports

Cambodia has suspended all white rice and padi exports starting April 5 to secure domestic supplies during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tourists stranded in Cambodia over health cert

Tourists in Cambodia are stranded in the country due to restrictions set by airports to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

31 French tourists contract Covid-19 in Cambodia

Thirty-one French nationals from the same tour group in Cambodia tested positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus over the weekend and have been put under quarantine in a hotel.

Business as usual between Cambodia, Vietnam despite Covid-19

Trade between Cambodia and Vietnam is expected to continue as normal despite new border control measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Cambodia looks into Khmer New Year pardons

Cambodia is considering pardons or sentence reductions for 399 prisoners, including 43 women, to coincide with Khmer New Year in April.

Gates, Zuckerberg in partnership with Cambodian researchers

The Bill Gates Foundation (BGF) and Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg’s Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) will assist a group of small research institutions in Cambodia fight Covid-19.

Cambodian, Chinese soldiers defy virus fears

More than 3,000 soldiers from China and Cambodia have begun a two-week joint military exercise despite Covid19 fears.

Cambodia releases anti-drug plan

A seven-point strategy was unveiled as part of the government’s fifth campaign to combat illegal drugs this year.

UK funds demining mission in Cambodia

The United Kingdom has committed US$4.3 million to aid demining activities in Cambodia as part of the Second Global Mine Action Programme (GMAP2).

How Sri Petaling tabligh became Southeast Asia’s Covid-19 hotspot

Worshippers slept in packed tents outside the golden-domed mosque, waking before dawn to kneel on rows of prayer mats laid out in its cavernous central hall.

Cambodia named world’s best tourist destination

Cambodia has been named as the world’s best tourist destination for its rich heritage, public safety and friendliness of its people.

5 more wonders from Cambodia

Cambodia hopes to have at least five more places of significance declared as United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) world heritage sites.

Singaporean feng shui master in hot water with Cambodian government

Cambodia has asked a Singaporean feng shui master to publicly apologise for being disrespectful to the Royal Ballet of Cambodia dancers during a recent event in the republic.

Military exercise to go ahead despite Covid-19

The annual military exercise between China and Cambodia will go ahead this month despite concerns over the Covid-19 virus epidemic.

Cambodia eyes tie-up for wind farm project

The Cambodian government is looking to sign a deal with French-owned Blue Circle to develop a wind farm project by June.

Covid-19 hits Cambodian factories

The livelihoods of up to 3,000 workers could be affected, as 10 factories have filed for temporary suspension.

Cambodia wants action against sellers who use sexy images online

The Cambodian government is proposing plans to monitor, disseminate, educate and take action against those who spread and share pornographic pictures or videos on social media.