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Factory Owners Agree to Provide Vacations

The Garment Manufacturers Association of Cambodia notified members last week they must follow the nation’s labor law and give workers paid vacations, garment factory...

Tobacco Industry Tops List of TV, Newspaper Advertisers

The tobacco industry was the leading advertiser in television and newspapers in 1997, according to a report on media advertising in Cambodia. Money from...

Flying Tigers Grounded as Powerful Personalities Disagree

On a dusty road in Phnom Penh’s Don Penh district, 12 of the police’s fastest motorcycles are lined up in two neat rows. But...

Proposal Aims to Keep Reins on City Youths

It’s a hotel owner’s nightmare: Two teens show up to rent a room and eight of their closest friends sneak in later, trash the...

Life in Island Villages Leaves Residents Vulnerable to Malaria

koh rong, Koh Kong province - On this remote island paradise two hours by boat from Siha­noukville, the beaches are white and the water...

Politician Wants General in US

A US politician has asked the US Embassy in Bangkok to issue a tourist visa to Nhiek Bun Chhay so the resistance commander can...

Chinese Investors Kick-Start Foreign Business Association

Ethnic Chinese businessmen were busy exchanging business cards and networking at the Hotel Sofitel Cambodiana on Wednes­day night—a happy sign for Cambo­dian officials concerned...

Malaria Sickens 60 Percent of Military Patients, Report Says

About 60 percent of in-patients at military hospitals and infirmaries are suffering from mala­ria, according to a report from the health department of the...

HK, Macau Trade Group Starts

The China Hong Kong and Macau Business Association of Cambodia will kick off tonight at the Cambodiana Hotel. The association already has 50 members—companies...

Riverview Dining on a Roll

Tourism’s down. Foreign in­vestment’s down. But Phnom Penh’s riverfront keeps growing. In the last six months, eight restaurants catering to foreigners opened on Sisowath Quay,...

Cigarette Packets Must Have Warning Labels Before July

Cigarette companies will be given until July to comply with a government order requiring them to put warning labels on all cigarette packets, said...

Cigarette Packets Must Have Warning Labels Before July

Cigarette companies will be given until July to comply with a government order requiring them to put warning labels on all cigarette packets, said...

Malaria Cases Rise 60 Percent Nationwide, New Report Says

The number of malaria cases is up by nearly 60 percent nationwide, according to the National Malaria Cen­ter’s year-end data. The center’s director, though,...

Deminer Encourages Active Life Without Limbs

Running 20 marathons in two years is a mean feat, but Briton Chris Moon has done it with a prosthetic foot and arm. Moon...

Deadly Disease Hits Cambodia’s Young Men Most Often

pailin - Round drops of sweat and the feverish chills of malaria were not enough to keep 16-year-old Rhime Roan away from the main...

Deadly Disease Hits Cambodia’s Young Men Most Often

Pailin - Round drops of sweat and the feverish chills of malaria were not enough to keep 16-year-old Rhime Roan away from the main...

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Aussie filmmaker back home after 15 months in Cambodia jail on...

James Ricketson is back in Sydney after 15 months in a Phnom Penh prison on accusations of spying. But he has promised he will return to Cambodia.

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