Jailed SRP journalist Hang Chakra was visited Saturday evening by UN human rights envoy Surya Subedi, the current editor of Mr Chakra’s newspaper said yesterday.
Poor levels of investment in Cambodia’s chili industry have lead to a lack of supply for exports abroad and the domestic market, farmers and agricultural experts said this week.
In an attempt to bolster the sale of aromatic rice from Battambang province, officials inaugurated the Battambang Aromatic Rice Shop in Phnom Penh yesterday, a move designed to enhance the product’s export potential to international markets.
Fierce competition from imported salt is forcing Cambodian producers to keep their prices low in order to compete, an expert in the industry said yesterday.
The price of gasoline at the pump in Phnom Penh rose last week as the international price of crude oil rallied under the effects of a weakening dollar and a rise in demand for crude oil in Europe and the US, analysts said yesterday.
As Cambodian consumers felt the pinch of the global economic crisis in 2008, they turned to a down-market item: the Chinese-made mobile telephone.
Whether they’re set up in a Phnom Penh cafe or by an IT professional charging thousands of dollars, whether they’re for a teenager to entertain his friends or a shop owner to expand her business or the government to improve how its employees communicate, Cambodian websites are growing at considerable speed, IT experts said this week.
Whether they’re set up in a Phnom Penh cafe or by an IT professional charging thousands of dollars; whether they’re for a teenager to entertain his friends, a shop owner to expand her business or the government to improve the way its employees communicate, Cambodian websites are proliferating at considerable speed, IT experts said this week.
The government’s draft strategy for relocating poor urban communities should be rewritten to remove all references to those communities as “illegal,” housing rights activists said in a statement last week.
Running down the middle of Mak Sitha’s newly renovated fashion boutique in Phnom Penh is a crack that is splitting her floor tiles in two. Yesterday, part of that floor at Lady Penh Designs began to cave into the ground.