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RAC to Get Competition on Siem Reap, Battambang Routes

A new local airline will begin flying domestic routes next week, mounting the first challenge to Royal Air Cambodge’s dominance of domestic flights. The...

Ten Injured in Early Morning Hotel Blaze

An early morning fire at the Pich Nil Hotel Thursday left 10 women injured after they jumped from second- and third-story windows to escape...

EU Restates Positive View Of Elections

The chief of the European Union’s election observers on Friday said the July 26 poll reflected the will of the people, despite the problems...

Hopes Fade for Post-Poll Business Bonanza

Recalling the business boom that followed the UN-sponsored elections in 1993, Tha, a rice vendor at Phsar Thmei, hoped that sluggish sales would quickly...

Tycoon Mum on Thai Warrant

Phnom Penh Chamber of Com­­me­rce President Teng Bun­ma on Tuesday declined to comment on a Thai warrant for his arrest on fraud charges. The...

Migrants Find Little but Competition in Capital

The city has barely awoken Sunday morning when Kim Sam­nang, with a stick and wicker basket slung over his shoulder, be­gins his long trek...

Nestle Exports May Be Early

Five months after moving into the old Apsara milk factory, the Swiss food giant Nestle’s dairy project is ahead of schedule and ready to...

Firm Decries Red Tape Delay

The British firm contracted to supply power in Battambang said Thursday its project is being held up by delays in transferring control of the...

Squatter Jobs Plan Represents a New Approach

After puzzling over how to find workers for his new palm oil plantation near Sihanoukville, businessman Mong Reththy believes he has a solution that...

Used-Book Fans Find Option

Used-Book Fans Find Option Book lovers who don’t want to pay the high prices attached to many new books available in Phnom Penh’s smattering of...

Tourism Day Meant to Boost Cambodia’s Damaged Image

One year ago, government officials kicked off efforts to boost tourism in the wake of the factional fighting. On Thursday, they once again called...

Cham Prasidh Reclaims Job

One month after abruptly re­signing, Cham Prasidh has again assumed the post of com­merce minister, senior government officials said Thursday. Government spokesman Khieu Kanharith...

Banks, Gov’t Make Last Check On Electricity Project Progress

The four institutions financing the Beacon Hill power project in Phnom Penh met with government officials Tuesday, one of the final steps before construction...

US Union Rep Rips Ministry

A US labor union has blasted the government response to allegations Cambodian workers’ rights are being violated, ac­cusing the Social Affairs Ministry of “whitewashing”...

Chamber Post Safe for Tycoon

Despite allegations of fraud and a warrant for his arrest in Thailand, tycoon Teng Bunma is in no danger of losing his post as...

Company Caught With Semi-Finished Goods

A Chinese garment company will be fined for illegally importing semi-finished garments for re-export to its Kandal province factory, Commerce and Customs officials said...

DNUM Asks King to Stay

Ieng Sary’s Democratic Nation­al Union Movement in Pailin has appealed to King Noro­dom Si­ha­nouk not to follow through with his threat to abdicate. The...

Police, Protesters Suspended in Standoff at Information Ministry

As authorities threatened to crack down on opposition pro­tests Monday, student-led de­mon­strators staged a sit-in at the Information Ministry, narrowly avoiding a clash with...

Angry Mobs Kill at Least 4 Vietnamese

Two separate attacks by angry mobs left three ethnic Viet­nam­ese dead on Friday, bringing to at least four the number of racial killings in...

Possible Asean Membership May Push Ahead Tax Reform

As Cambodia prepares for possible Asean membership, two senior finance officials are urging the government to push ahead with tax reform to make up...

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