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China-led upgrade of Cambodian base advances as dredgers appear

CSIS says 'significant upgrade' to port will allow bigger vessels to access.

Rising exports mask skills gap in Cambodia’s garment industry

Experts say long-term prospects rest on training management talent.

Cambodia resumes treason trial of opposition leader Kem Sokha

The trial, widely panned by critics, was delayed by almost two years amid the pandemic.

Malaysia says Hun Sen’s Myanmar visit did no good

Cambodian leader should have consulted ASEAN leaders: foreign minister.

Cambodia to be ASEAN logistics hub for Japan retailer Aeon

Nation's 1st bonded warehouse will let importers store products duty-free.

Cambodian PM becomes 1st leader to meet Myanmar military chief

At odds with ASEAN approach, Hun Sen's trip sparks furious response from critics.

Cambodia workers face court action over NagaWorld casino strike

Union leader says members determined to continue work stoppage despite crackdown.

Cambodia’s digital currency reaches nearly half the population

Central bank's Bakong wins 2021 Nikkei award for financial inclusion.

China grapples with Cambodia’s failure to curb crime gangs

Chinese business steps in to help people enslaved by online scammers.

Cambodia’s Norodom Ranariddh: The man who would not be king

Death of the academic prince who battled political headwinds for decades.

Hun Sen’s succession plan: Cambodian PM backs son to take over

Ruling family moves to secure dynasty as opposition fractures.

Cambodia faces hammer blow as U.S. plans trade preferences review

Washington cautions investors over corruption, organized crime and human rights.

Cambodia minister vows no new coal plants beyond those approved

Critics say announcement marks little change from current trajectory.

Cambodia accuses Malaysian-owned telco of ‘illegal’ cable-laying

Cambodian regulators have moved to launch criminal proceedings against the German chief executive officer of Smart Axiata, a Malaysian-owned telco that it accuses of “illegally” laying fibre-optic cables.

Cambodia’s PM wants law change to shut door on opponents

Hun Sen seeks to bar dual citizens from top posts as crackdown splinters rivals.

Cambodia COVID cases plummet after PM orders reduced testing

Hun Sen tells officials there's no need to rapid test people without symptoms.

Cambodia counts the cost of its push to expand coal-fired power

Soaring coal prices and opposition from foreign business stoke doubts over plan.

Indonesia accused over oil tanker carrying ‘stolen’ Cambodian oil

Manager and owner claim ship's crew interrogated as part of coercion campaign.

Cambodia schools reopen as COVID vaccinations near targets

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.

China’s Wang Yi offers aid and friendship on Cambodia visit

Hun Sen praises China at a ceremony for new 60,000 capacity stadium.