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Authorities step up campaign of repression as economy reels from COVID fallout.
Rivalry between Beijing and the West comes to a head in Mekong Valley
The U.S. Treasury on Tuesday imposed sanctions on China's Union Development Group, the company behind the controversial Dara Sakor tourism development on Cambodia's coast.
'National internet gateway' includes 'censorship angle' that alarms NGOs.
Sanctions will hit nation's $10 billion garment and footwear sector.
Move is out of step with Vietnam's enthusiastic embrace of renewables
FMO's COVID follow-on reserves targeted with $1.4m commitment.
Doubts grow over whether fragile middle class can support rapid boom in retail space.
PM's comments follow opposition leader Sam Rainsy's call for passive resistance.
Unions reject appeal to government for temporary 'flexibility' on legal minimum pay.
Employees of Cambodia's NagaWorld are protesting after they say the casino, one of the most profitable in the world, stopped paying wages for furloughed staff.
New system promises to cut time needed to start a company to just 8 days.
It is almost as if COVID-19 were specially designed to wreck Cambodia's 2020.
Garment industry set for 'one-two' punch as coronavirus hammers global demand.
World Bank forecasts pandemic could sink nation into 1st contraction since 1994.
Angkor Wat nearly deserted as travel restrictions disrupt key pillar of economy.
Government's strong hand and international aid have led to zero deaths from COVID-19.
More than 50,000 arrested on suspicion of using or selling narcotics: Amnesty
Local bank's IPO is set to triple total market cap despite COVID-19 impact.
Charoen Pokphand Group, a Thailand conglomerate and operator of Seven-Eleven convenience stores in the country, announced on Thursday it will introduce the brand to Cambodia in 2021.