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Powerless Phnom Penh Struggles With Hot Season

As air-conditioning units slow to a halt, computers die and the lights go out, the frustration of local business owners and organizations in Phnom Penh is boiling over once again as the annual hot season blackouts have arrived.

NagaWorld Workers on Strike After Firings

More than 500 workers from Phnom Penh’s NagaWorld Casino demonstrated on Monday, in what was their fourth straight day of strike action in front...

Arbitration Body Selects President, Gains Independence

The National Arbitration Cen­ter’s (NAC) executive committee yesterday elected a president, vice president and treasurer, a vote that officials say makes the newly formed...

Arbitration Center Elects Board Members

More than two years after be­ing formally established by the Mi­n­istry of Commerce, the Na­tion­al Arbitration Center (NAC) has voted in a board of...

Rice Exports Slow Due to Millers Hoarding

Cambodia exported more than 200,000 tons of milled rice in 2012, the greatest yield on record, though well short of the government target to...

Hundreds to Be Freed for King Father’s Cremation

Cambodia will release up to 500 prisoners, including the assistant of Thai nationalist Veera Somkwamkid, from jails around the country during a four-day period...

Cambodia Moves Closer Toward Eradicating Measles Nationwide

Cambodia is on track to completely eliminate measles nationwide, with the National Immunization Program reporting zero cases of the disease for a full 12-month...

Locals in the Dark to Chinese Rail Project

With two Chinese firms due to start work on a 400-km railway, steel mill and port in July, an environmental impact assessment (EIA) has...

Chinese Firms Sign Deal to Build 400-km Railway Line

Two Chinese firms yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding, overseen by the Minister of Transport, to start work later this year on a massive...