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This App Is Pushing Cambodian Users Into E-Commerce

Despite facing an increasingly crowded field of local competitors and the ever-looming threat of regional startups, Maxime Rosburger seems relatively undaunted.

From Shipwreck to Fintech: One Entrepreneur’s Journey From Refugee To Billionaire

Cambodia can be a hard sell, but Rithy Sear relishes the challenge.

Cambodia embraces booming Chinese investment

As mainland money and visitors pour into Cambodia, China backs two new airports. Too bad about the French company that had an exclusive concession.

A Girl From A Groundbreaking School In Cambodia Visited Google HQ – This Is...

Socheata grew up in a bright yellow house on Koh Sdach, an island with a population of 700 that sits in the sea between Thailand and Cambodia.

Cambodia’s Democracy in Shambles Ahead of July Elections

On June 12, the U.S. Treasury took a notable step:  sanctioning Cambodian General Hing Bun Hieng for his complicity in serious human rights abuses. It was the first time that a Cambodian official has been sanctioned under America’s Global Magnitsky Act.

Poipet, Cambodia’s Number Two Casino Destination, Gears Up To Go Global

Poipet, a Cambodian boomtown on the Thai border, is 400 kilometers and light years away from world-class NagaWorld in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh.

Malaysia’s Richest 2018: How ‘Accidental’ Casino Billionaire Chen Lip Keong’s Cambodia Bet Paid Off

When Chen Lip Keong won Cambodia's first casino license in 1994, he had hardly ever stepped inside a casino. He'd been to Malaysia's Genting Highlands once on a date in the 1970s and visited Las Vegas once as a tourist. Casinos are "not in my blood; I'm not a gambler," he says. Yet today, renowned casino architect Paul Steelman calls Chen "one of the most powerful creators of these properties in the world."

Girls Who Code, Boys Who Cook: Cambodia’s Future Leaders

On the day we arrived in Cambodia earlier this month, the front-page headlines in the Phnom Penh Post touted new amendments to the country’s constitution, including restrictions on the right to assemble, restrictions on the right to vote or to stand for election and a ban on insulting the king.