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Cruise Ship Tourists Skipping Over Sihanoukville

Eighty percent fewer foreign tourists arrived in Sihanoukville by cruise ship this year than last year, officials said Thursday. Cambodian Association of Travel Agents President...

Dual Thai-Cambodian Visa To Encourage Tourism in Region

In an effort to boost tourism, Cambodia and Thailand are planning to sign a single-visa agreement on Monday to make it easier for people...

PM Says Cement Production To Begin in 2008

Early in the new year, Cambodia will begin manufacturing cement with the capacity to produce as much as a million tons annually, Prime Minister...

PM Says Cement Production To Begin in 2008

Early in the new year, Cambodia will begin manufacturing cement with the capacity to produce as much as a million tons annually, Prime Minister...

Cambodia Gets Low Grade in Bribes Survey

The share of the Cambodian public required to pay bribes in 2007 was among the highest in the world, according to a report released...

Cruise Ship Tourists Skipping Over Sihanoukville

Eighty percent fewer foreign tourists arrived in Sihanoukville by cruise ship this year than last year, officials said Thursday. Cambodian Association of Tra­vel Agents...

Air Finland Lands First Direct Flight From Europe in Capital

On Friday, Air Finland flew more than 200 passengers from Stock­holm, Sweden, to Cambodia, making it the first time a commercial aircraft has undertaken...

1st Commercial Flight From Europe Arrives

On Friday, Air Finland flew more than 200 passengers from Stock­holm, Sweden, to Cambodia, making it the first time a commercial aircraft has undertaken...

PM Unveils Agreements With India on Resources, Credit, Etc

Prime Minister Hun Sen and his delegation touched down at Phnom Penh International Air­port on Monday after a four-day visit to India where several...

Army of Workers Turn Festival Trash Into Cash

Surveying the vast, spoiled landscape of Phnom Penh the morning after the city’s three-day Water Festival, Top Ta, 15, saw one thing: money. She began...

Company To Begin Exporting Cambodian Rice to Germany

A Cambodian rice miller and a German company have entered into a joint venture to export rice to Germany, starting with up to 20,000...

Gov’t Announces Venture for National Airline

At a signing ceremony Friday, Cabinet Minister Sok An and two Indonesian firms announced the creation of a national flag air carrier, the nation’s...

Japan Airlines Makes Inaugural Flight to S Reap

At 3:10 pm Tuesday, a Japan Air­lines Boeing 767 carrying 74 passengers touched down at Siem Reap International Airport, marking the start of the...

Rights Groups Condemn Preah Vihear Killings

Human rights groups on Nov 16 condemned the killing by police of two villagers during a violent eviction of hundreds of people living near...

Land Dispute Sparks Chaos In Preah Vihear

Two people were shot dead by police on Thursday after two Japan­ese tourists were briefly held by villagers near the Preah Vihear temple on...

New Night Market to Attract Tourists, Move Local Crafts

The Phnom Penh Municipality on Novmber 9 was to begin the two-week trial of a night market, which is to offer Cambodian crafts makers...

Land Dispute Ignites Into Chaos In Preah Vihear Province

Two people were shot dead by police on Thursday after two Japan­ese tourists were briefly held by villagers near the Preah Vihear temple on...

PM Urges for Increase of Sanitation Coverage

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday urged the Ministry of Rural Development and international donors to improve the country’s sanitation coverage, which reportedly is...

PM: Sok An May Lose Right To Form Airline

In a rare public admonishing, Prime Minister Hun Sen said Wed­nesday that Cabinet Minister Sok An has taken too long to establish a new...

New Magazine Confiscated by Government

Copies of a new, no-holds-barred political magazine named “The Free Press,” were removed from sale by government officials Nov­em­ber 2 Minister of Infor­mation and...