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Women’s work

Entrepreneurship is a powerful force for economic advancement, but women starting their own businesses still face more hurdles than men.

US, EU must tread carefully over Cambodia

The US and EU must not commit the same mistakes in Cambodia that they made in Thailand. Efforts to pressure strongman Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen to follow their suggested paths will not work.

Thailand, Cambodia edging closer to cross-border rail deal

Cambodia and Thailand are both reviewing draft agreements for a deal on the transportation of goods and people across their shared border, a Cambodian official said, adding that the final agreement is likely to be signed before the end of the year.

Alleged couple-killer Panya handed over by Cambodia

Double-murder suspect Panya Yingdung was flown to Bangkok on Tuesday night after being handed over to Thai police by Cambodian authorities at the border.

Cambodia arrests Phuket man wanted in Chon Buri murder

Cambodian authorities have arrested Panya Yingdung, 39, who was wanted for questioning in the murders of his former girl friend and a companion last month in Chon Buri province.

Cambodia asked to arrest Phuket killer of young couple

Police have asked Cambodian authorities to arrest a Phuket nightclub operator wanted for the killing a young couple aged 20-21 as they believed the suspect was hiding in the neighbouring country.

Taking Cambodia’s bogus election to task

It was always a foregone conclusion that Cambodia's incumbent government of Prime Minister Hun Sen and his Cambodian People's Party (CPP) were going to win the July 29 election.

Suspect in murder of rich sweetheart seen in Cambodia

Bangkok police confirmed on Thursday that murder suspect Atsaya Chaipa, 33, was seen on camera at a hotel in Cambodia on the night of July 27, less than a day after allegedly killing his rich girlfriend.

Prospects after Cambodia’s fabricated poll 

While Thailand has a seemingly indefinite military government with no clear poll date, Cambodia is holding an election on July 29 with a foregone conclusion.  

Aeon opens second mall in Cambodia

Japanese retail giant Aeon Co's second mall opened in Cambodia's capital city on Wednesday, becoming the country's largest shopping mall.

Cambodian caught for spreading fake news about Prayut

A Cambodian man has reportedly been arrested in Phnom Penh after allegedly posting fake news about the Thai prime minister on the internet while six Thais have been detained in Bangkok for sharing it.

New airlines drive passenger growth for Cambodia

Cambodia’s three main international airports welcomed about 3 million passengers in the first quarter of the year, a rise of 26.1% thanks to the increased number of new airlines from China and the opening of new routes.

Thai, Cambodian PMs pledge more border crossings

The Thai and Cambodian governments have reaffirmed their commitment to opening more border crossings to foster trade and investment.

US-Cambodia standoff

In late January last year, China donated 100 tanks to Cambodia. And the militaries of the two countries just celebrated their 60th anniversary of Sino-Cambodia diplomatic relations by concluding their joint annual Golden Dragon military exercises on Thursday.

Cambodian charter changes raise concerns

A group of Southeast Asian parliamentarians expressed alarm Monday over proposed changes to Cambodia's Constitution, and urged its parliament to reject them when they come up for its consideration this week.

Cambodia launches rice brand to woo foreign buyers

Rice authorities unveiled the “Malys Angkor” rice brand, a new certification mark that encompasses a range of Cambodian fragrant rice varieties.