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CSIS says 'significant upgrade' to port will allow bigger vessels to access.
Experts say long-term prospects rest on training management talent.
The trial, widely panned by critics, was delayed by almost two years amid the pandemic.
Cambodian leader should have consulted ASEAN leaders: foreign minister.
Nation's 1st bonded warehouse will let importers store products duty-free.
At odds with ASEAN approach, Hun Sen's trip sparks furious response from critics.
Union leader says members determined to continue work stoppage despite crackdown.
Central bank's Bakong wins 2021 Nikkei award for financial inclusion.
Chinese business steps in to help people enslaved by online scammers.
Death of the academic prince who battled political headwinds for decades.
Ruling family moves to secure dynasty as opposition fractures.
Washington cautions investors over corruption, organized crime and human rights.
Critics say announcement marks little change from current trajectory.
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.
Hun Sen seeks to bar dual citizens from top posts as crackdown splinters rivals.
Hun Sen tells officials there's no need to rapid test people without symptoms.
Soaring coal prices and opposition from foreign business stoke doubts over plan.
Manager and owner claim ship's crew interrogated as part of coercion campaign.
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.