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PM wants more trade, investment with Pakistan
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday urged Pakistan to boost trade and investment between the two countries. The appeal was made during a meeting with Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan Qasim Khan Suri at the Peace Palace in (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
‘Solar energy will fill shortages,’ says Jona
Thai firm B Grimm Power Pcl has invested in a 30MW solar project in Cambodia, Ministry of Mines and Energy spokesman Victor Jona said on Wednesday. Jona, who is the director-general of the ministry’s General Department of Energy, told The Post (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Direct sales of yellow banana to China see exports grow
Yellow banana exports to China have grown since April when the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries announced that the fruit can be exported directly without relying on Vietnam as an intermediary, Longmate Agriculture Co Ltd director (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Government will ‘not get involved anymore’ in Camko case
Cambodian Ambassador to South Korea Long Dimanche confirmed that a delegation from the South Korean prime minister’s cabinet had already met with a representative of Cambodia to talk about Busan Mutual Savings Bank’s 670 billion won ($577 million) (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Price gap widening between new, resale condos in Singapore amid competition
While new private home sales appear to be on the rebound in Singapore, underpinned by higher prices of new launches and resilient demand amid an uncertain economic climate, the outlook may not be as good for resale condos. A report by OrangeTee (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
‘Trade thaw could spur homebuying by Chinese in US’
Housing experts expect the purchase of US homes by Chinese to increase next year after a drastic decline last year if the two countries reach a trade agreement. “We are highly dependent on the global economy. The big risk to economic growth was a (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Light ‘Em Up: Siem Reap Bike Meet set to rev up Temple Town
The third annual Siem Reap Bike Meet (SRBM) is set to thrill Siem Reap with high-octane thrills on Saturday, from 11am to 11pm at Box Ville. The event – which started in 2017 and has since grown a strong support base in countries such as (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Drought to grip Kingdom until new year
The Mekong River Commission (MRC) has warned that severe to extreme droughts are forecast to last until January for countries in the lower Mekong basin. Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand are expected to be the countries worst-hit by the (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Asean-China flight accords to boost Kingdom’s airline sector
Cambodia expects to establish more direct flight routes with China after State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA) secretary of state Mao Havannal signed two agreements last week at the 25th Asean Transport Ministers’ meeting. Other Asean member (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Homemade bomb blows up killing man in Mondulkiri
Two men were killed in separate accidents involving electrocution and the accidental explosion of a homemade bomb on Monday and Tuesday respectively, at different locations in Mondulkiri province. A man identified as Poeul Pleuy was killed on (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Supreme Court orders retrial in Kratie gun murder
The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the Appeal Court to retry the case of Mnom Ny, 53, who was sentenced to life imprisonment by a lower court for the killing of Dy Savy in 2011 at Chhlong district’s Prek Saman commune, Kratie province. Ny had (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Transfer of power ‘still slow’
Minister of Interior Sar Kheng said on Wednesday that the delegation of authority from national level to sub-national administrations remained slow, resulting in a lack of clarity concerning their roles and responsibilities in providing public (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Protest-hit Iran says ‘enemy conspiracy’ defeatedi
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that the country’s people had defeated an “enemy conspiracy” behind a wave of violent street protests and were celebrating their victory. He blamed the days of unrest on “armed anarchists” who took (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Falling metal halts construction work on Gold Tower 42
Construction on Gold Tower 42 was suspended on Wednesday after a piece of metal fell from the building and onto a car in the capital’s Boeung Keng Kang district. Phnom Penh Land Management Department director Sarin Vanna said that Yon Woo (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
New law set to benefit those working in the private sector
Workers and employees in the private sector will receive the same benefits as those in the public sector if they pay their income tax and fulfil other legal requirements. The recently passed Law on Social Security Schemes states that workers and (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
APAC Summit urges nations to maintain world peace
A joint declaration of the 2019 Asia-Pacific Summit in Phnom Penh urged countries around the world to address climate change and put aside disputes to ensure global peace. The declaration which was issued on Tuesday evening also mentioned the (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
UN World Food Programme helps Kingdom in disaster management
The National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM) and the UN World Food Programme (WFP) signed a five-year partnership agreement on Wednesday for collaboration on crisis management and disaster risk reduction in Cambodia at the Peace Palace. (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Illegal bird netting in Koh Kong destroyed
Some 3,200m of netting used to illegally poach birds was destroyed by Stung Prot and Wildlife Alliance forest rangers on Tuesday after they were discovered laying in mangrove growth south of the Cardamom (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Pavement improvement plan on Mao Tse Toung Boulevard underway
The Phnom Penh Municipal Hall is assessing a pavement improvement project along Mao Tse Toung Boulevard meant to provide ease of travel for disabled persons and pedestrians, Phnom Penh Municipal Hall spokesman Met Meas Pheakdey told The Post on (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Cambodia and Barbados forge new diplomatic ties
Cambodia and Barbados have established diplomatic relations to promote mutual understanding and strengthen friendship and cooperation among the people of both countries, a joint communique of the permanent mission of the two countries to the UN (...)
Phnom Penh Post - 21 November 2019
Hun Sen Rules Out Return Of Opposition Party’s Commune Seats
Hun Sen Rules Out Return Of Opposition Party’s Commune Seats
He said the commune councils and National Assembly will complete their current mandates in 2022 and 2023, respectively, indicating there will not be any elections before those dates.
VOA Cambodia - 19 November 2019
Buttigieg Touts Military Service, Wary of Overstating Role
MASON CITY, IOWA - Pete Buttigieg strides past an oversized photograph of himself dressed in fatigues, the Afghan horizon behind him, as he enters a Des Moines arena for an Iowa Democratic Party (...)
Cambodian Times - 18 November 2019

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