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Gasoline, Diesel Prices Go Up by 10 Percent

Gasoline and diesel prices surg­ed by around 10 percent at the pump Monday, as local economists and petroleum experts warned that fuel prices will...

Gasoline, Diesel Prices Soar by 10%

Gasoline and diesel prices surg­ed by around 10 percent at the pump Monday, as local economists and petroleum experts warned that fuel prices will...

Seize the Day, Prime Minister Tells Investors

Prime Minister Hun Sen made the case for doing business in Cambodia Tuesday, telling investors that the country’s resurgent markets and economy represent rare...

North Korea PM Arrives in Phnom Penh for Visit

Hundreds of dutiful schoolchildren were on hand to wave North Korean and Cambodian flags at Phnom Penh International Airport on Thursday to welcome North...

Kampot’s Pepper Growers See a Bright Future

kompong trach district, Kampot province - It’s ironic that the man recognized as the best peppercorn grower in Kampot is unable to en­joy the...

Applifone Joins Competitive Cambodian Phone Market

Kazakhstan-based Applifone Co Ltd is leasing technology from Swed­ish telecommunications giant Ericsson to create Star-Cell, the new kid on Cambodia’s block of mo­bile service...

PM Breaks With Daughter, Urges Kindness to Gays

Offering a rare glimpse into his closely-guarded family life, Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday an­nounced he was severing ties with an adopted homosexual...

Nhim Vanda Bottled-Water Plan Raises Eyebrows

Its exact source may be a mystery, but experts say the quality of the pure spring water that runs un­derground down from Bokor mountain...

Applifone Joins Competitive Cambodian Phone Market

Kazakhstan-based Applifone Co Ltd is leasing technology from Swed­ish telecommunications giant Ericsson to create Star-Cell, the new kid on Cambodia’s block of mo­bile service...

Officials Raise Concerns Over Old Aircrafts

The Minister of Tourism and a representative of a government-business working group on tourism ex­pressed concern October 19 following the crash of an aircraft...

S-21 Photographer Called To Testify to ECCC

The chief Khmer Rouge photographer at Tuol Sleng prison, Nhem Ein, said Monday that he has been summoned to testify as a witness before...

World Bank Denies ‘Smiling Past Corruption’

The World Bank has responded to renewed charges of laxity in the face of official graft, saying it is confronting the problem in Cambodia...

No Pchum Ben Pagoda Trip for Nuon Chea

Millions of Cambodians will go to Buddhist pagodas Oct 11 for Pchum Ben, bearing food and prayers for their ancestors. Nuon Chea will not...

Pepper From Kampot May Get GI Label Labeled GI

Pepper from Kampot province is well on the way to becoming the first Cambodian product to get an origin-specific label, as with Parma ham...

Geographical Rights Sought for The Best of Cambodian Goods

A new EU-backed initiative hopes to establish Cambodian brands among an elite group of globally recognized origin-specific products, a Phnom Penh seminar was told...

Questions Arise Over Insurance, Compensation for Fatal Jet Crash

As the families of those killed in June’s PMT Air plane crash wait to find out what compensation they may receive, questions have arisen...

Academics Decry Content Of TV, Radio

The Royal Academy, a government-funded research institute that focuses primarily on Cambodian cul­ture, history and languages, has sharply criticized the country’s TV and radio...

Gov’t Considering Expansion of R’kiri Airport

The government said Tuesday that it is studying the possible impact of renovating and expanding the Ratanakkiri Airport, leaving those living nearby fearing that...

Questions Arise Over Insurance, Compensation for Crashed Jet

As the families of those killed in June’s PMT Air plane crash wait to find out what compensation they may receive, questions have arisen...

Ministry Warns Realtors Will Be Shut Down Without Licenses

The Finance Ministry has warned real estate companies they will be shut down if they do not obtain business licenses by the end of...