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Secondary school students in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh returned to classrooms on Wednesday, marking a milestone in the Southeast Asian nation's battle with COVID-19.
Hun Sen praises China at a ceremony for new 60,000 capacity stadium.
International development agencies must act to protect borrowers' human rights
Illicit industry traffics thousands of victims from China through Southeast Asia.
Sector hits record profits despite COVID and borrowers' overindebtedness.
Hunt for missing crude comes after collapse of Phnom Penh's first venture.
Strict border controls and sanitary issues crimp longan exports to Thailand.
US keeps up trade as Western counterweight to patron's pull.
HRW slams Lower Sesan 2 hydroproject that caused 'massive ecological harm'
Cambodian garment workers are demanding the world's biggest clothing companies help recover millions of dollars worth of wages and benefits lost amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Central banks across the world are rushing to develop their own digital currencies in a bid to provide safe and convenient payment systems as digitalization rapidly expands to many segments of the economy.
Territorial talks with neighboring Thailand could hold the key to future exports.
Prime minister trumps Trump in use of social media to announce policy.
Country's fruit growers dream of rivaling garments as top export earner.
Greta Thunberg joins in condemnation of arrests of three environmental campaigners.
Illegal logging by well-connected companies reportedly accelerating despite denials.
Hard-to-reach reserves and high projected costs cloud industry outlook.
The U.S. defense attache to Cambodia abruptly ended a tour of Ream Naval Base on Friday after being denied "full access" to the site, which is undergoing Beijing-backed expansion.
Workers at Cambodia's largest casino NagaWorld have urged the government to stop the company's plan to lay off more than 1,300 of its 8,000 employees.
KrisEnergy derailed by debt and disappointing output at Apsara field.