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Democracy on the wane as wave of strongman rule sweeps the region.
Inflows from China and elsewhere need better control and supervision.
Health-related markets growing at over 50% annually.
'Staggering' investment needed to make next-gen services a reality.
Makers pause investment as EU reviews duty-free access and trade war lingers.
Leaving a love-hate relationship behind, both hope trade hits $15 billion by 2020.
Human rights advocates criticize Tokyo for 'acting like China'.
Prime Minister Hun Sen set to sign MOU on Sunday.
Share price down around 10% since announcement as analysts voice cost concerns.
Free speech advocates and global tech leaders fear chilling effect.
Lack of local partners forces Japanese company to go it alone in thriving economy.
Cambodia first in line for smart, environmental urban development projects.
Bangkok takes legal steps to retain vital laborers from neighboring countries.
Economy will suffer if bloc pulls benefits, but Hun Sen continues with iron fist.
Phnom Penh adopts political reforms but Naypyitaw unresponsive on refugees.
Hydro projects upstream disrupt ecosystem, leading to declining fish catches.
Rainsy calls for challenge to Hun Sen regime despite doubts over his homecoming.
Startup Koompi's $369 laptop aimed at students who need more than a phone.
Cambodia mulls concessions to avert harsh EU sanctions.
Newly tapped alternative to bank loans offers chance to develop financial sector.