Asean needs to work toward bolstering its capacity to produce both consumer goods and electronics, according to a study presented to the region’s foreign ministers Monday.
Diagnoses by doctors in China of King Norodom Sihanouk have shown that the monarch’s health problems persist, with some of them worsening, the King wrote in an open letter.
Members of Funcinpec gathered in small groups across the country on Friday to celebrate the royalist party’s 22nd anniversary, but members said Sunday the event was not an annual congress and said the party was not likely to hold one before the election.
Hector Rifa was a professor from Spain with a good question: What could people do better to protect Cambodia’s hill tribe people from the dangers of malaria? Fortunately, he also had a good answer: Study them.
Registered investment in Cambodia increased in 2002, according to recently released figures from the Council for Development of Cambodia.
Wednesday night’s riots have left investors here stunned, and if the government is to allay the creeping fear many are starting to feel, it will have to work fast, investors said Thursday.
The more things change, the more things stay the same. Some highlights of the past year:
ta ok village, Botum Sakor District, Koh Kong Province – When Kim Sambath was 8 years old, an angry water hen pecked at his face, blinding his left eye.
Signing lofty agreements with economic powerhouses China and Japan this week, Asean members have emerged with a more significant economic position—all the more reason to come together as a single market—officials said on the closing day of regional summits here.
Asean countries made further progress on coordinating their own war on terror, expanding an anti-terrorism coalition of countries, signing a pact with China to strengthen regional security and vowing not to be cowed by attacks on innocent civilians.