Saturday, August 17, 2019
Home Authors Posts by Nikkei Asian Review

Nikkei Asian Review


Japan makes infrastructure push into Southeast Asia

Cambodia first in line for smart, environmental urban development projects.

Migrant workers in Thailand live harsh, but improving, reality

Bangkok takes legal steps to retain vital laborers from neighboring countries.

Brexit and EU sanctions threaten to push Cambodia into economic crisis

Economy will suffer if bloc pulls benefits, but Hun Sen continues with iron fist.

Cambodia and Myanmar walk 2 paths on EU pressure

Phnom Penh adopts political reforms but Naypyitaw unresponsive on refugees.

Dams threaten traditional way of life in Mekong Basin

Hydro projects upstream disrupt ecosystem, leading to declining fish catches.

Cambodia’s exiled opposition leader vows to return home for fight

Rainsy calls for challenge to Hun Sen regime despite doubts over his homecoming.

Cambodian PC brand targets growing regional market

Startup Koompi's $369 laptop aimed at students who need more than a phone.

Hun Sen pressured to reverse ban on opposition politicians

Cambodia mulls concessions to avert harsh EU sanctions.

Microlender raises $29m via Cambodia’s first corporate bonds

Newly tapped alternative to bank loans offers chance to develop financial sector.

Cambodian dream islands offset nightmare coast

Amid luxury eco-haven, Australian-run charity seeks to restore nature's balance.

GrabPay sets sights on Cambodia and Myanmar

Singapore-based app provider intends to grow along with ASEAN economies.

Cambodia dreams of regional gold and sporting glory

After success at the Asian Games, country is pushing to win more medals.

Leaked Cambodia memo shows Hun Sen tightening grip on dissent

Government document details increased surveillance of critics and opposition.

Tokyo goes it alone in support of Myanmar and Cambodia

Japan offers economic aid with eye on crucial sea lanes in the region.

Cambodia Securities Exchange seeks to lure foreign investors

Fledgling market to extend operating hours and allow custodian banks.

Former refugee bets on Cambodia’s early-stage startups

Logistics tycoon raises $55 million to spur development.

Aid to Cambodia tops $20bn, but ‘democratic society’ still far off

Political repression by strongman Hun Sen puts further support in jeopardy.

Malaysia and Cambodia widen the democracy-dictatorship divide

With 2018 elections, neighbors tug ASEAN in opposing political directions

Cambodia’s biggest port sees China coveting Japan’s dominant role

Fast-growing Sihanoukville harbor thrives amid Tokyo-Beijing rivalry.

Cambodia’s opposition enters Dark Ages as Hun Sen secures power

Disbanded party activists to confront hardship of increasingly authoritative state.