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Vietnam’s economic relationship with Cambodia has grown stronger over the years and the two countries’ trade volume is expected to reach US$5.2 billion annually.
Prime Minister Hun Sen recently signed a directive to all relevant ministries, institutions and administrations to lead the charge on reducing pollution.
Cambodia’s good economic performance last year helped it surpass its tax collection targets by more than 34 per cent.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called for more investments to establish special economic zones (SEZs) along the border neighbouring Vietnam.
Thailand deported 9,979 undocumented migrant workers through Poipet City in western Cambodia this year.
Cambodia and the Russian Federation will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Human Rights Cooperation this week.
Doctors have been urged to respect and honour the medical profession, ensure their professionalism and abide by ethics.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said Cambodia has seen the births of 13 Irrawaddy dolphins in Kratie and Stung Treng provinces so far this year.
Cambodia has joined the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children as its 25th Pathfinder Country.
Despite an international effort to clear land mines in Cambodia, the casualties from them still saw an increase of over 40 per cent this year.
Japan has been called on by Cambodia to increase its number of direct flights between the two countries in an effort to mutually boost tourism numbers.
The Cambodian government has slammed the United States government’s decision to impose sanctions on a businessman and a senior government official under its Global Magnitsky Act.
After being released from house arrest last month, Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha will now face a trial next month for treason.
Investments in the Cambodian construction sector are expected to rise to 78 per cent by the end of the year, compared to 2018.
Coach Ong Kim Swee’s face turned red when the media questioned his tactics in the Sea Games, after Malaysia lost 3-1 to Cambodia yesterday and failed to reach the semi-finals.
Nobody thought Malaysia would get beaten by Cambodia.
Cambodia is set to boost its tourism industry following the formation of the National Tourism Development Committee last month.
The Cambodian government has reserved around US$3 billion (RM12.5 billion) to cope with a possible suspension of its access to the EU’s preferential “Everything But Arms” (EBA) agreement.
Cambodia plans to spend more than US$100 million (RM417 million) on subsidies by 2021 to reduce electricity tariffs and spur economic growth.
Cambodia's forest cover was over 73 per cent in 1975 but it has shrunk to only about 47 per cent last year.