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Politically connected platform GFX promised monthly returns of up to 10%.
576 new cases reported Friday, more than the total during first year of pandemic.
Government warns KrisEnergy it faces fines or worse if situation does not improve.
Cambodia's Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts has rejected a proposal by casino operator NagaCorp to build a resort and theme park near the country's famous Angkorian temples.
Cambodia reported its first official death from COVID-19 on Thursday, more than a year since the pandemic began and just as the country's legislature passed stiff new penalties for flouting virus protocols.
Investors expected to shift their capital to the nation following coup in Myanmar.
Hong Kong-listed operator says it acted 'swiftly' to positive tests among workers.
Foreign businesses also retreat from partnerships with Tatmadaw military links.
Outbreak linked to Chinese nationals bribing guards to leave quarantine early.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said he has accepted a donation of one million Sinopharm vaccine doses from China.
Documentary records five-year quest to join leading international circus.
Some senior opposition members have vowed to return from exile to attend.
Singaporean company hails 'historic' milestone but debt issues loom.
The U.S. is giving Cambodia a stark choice: stop oppressing dissidents and resist China's influence, or risk losing millions of dollars in aid.
Funded by the rich, nation orders first batch of 1 million doses.
Activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit among nine missing under suspicious circumstances.
Authorities launch testing blitz; close shops, schools and venues.
Framework sets ultralow tax rates but Naga keeps Phnom Penh monopoly.
State-owned MCC lands $400m construction deal for new gateway in Phnom Penh.
China's rise exacerbates Southeast Asian bloc's inherent tensions, experts say.