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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.
State Department No. 2 tours region, playing catch up to China
U.S. senior diplomat Wendy Sherman says Washington has "serious concerns" about China's "military presence" at a naval base undergoing Beijing-backed expansion on Cambodia's coast.
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen has defended his close relationship with China, pointing to Beijing's large injections of financial support to his small nation.
Bangkok closes eateries, Cambodia shuts garment factories and Hanoi bans karaoke.
Local apps see digital payments overtake cash for the first time as orders surge.
NGOs rush aid to strict lockdown "red zones" and police warned over use of force.
Festivities for the Khmer New Year have been subdued this year as Cambodia locked down its capital. While families are missing out on the celebrations, economic pain and uncertainty are a bigger concern for many.
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.