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The $60-billion overseas investment agency could counterbalance surging Chinese investment and loans across Asia, though China will likely continue to dominate large infrastructure finance.
The IMF did not provide a breakdown of the exact share of the country’s overall credit balance held by the real estate and construction sectors.
Lieutenant General Hun Manet is now serving as the chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces after he was appointed last month to replace long-time commander Meas Sophea.
Oun Kosorl teaches Cambodian children for free, having founded Mother Home Cambodia in late 2014, aiming to provide opportunities for rural children to learn English.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday that he might have cancer and added that "I don't know where I'm now physically'' as he awaited results of recent medical tests.
French police have opened an investigation into the disappearance of the top official at Interpol, Chinese national Meng Hongwei.
October 15 this year marks the 6th anniversary of King Norodom Sihanouk’s passing. VOA Khmer reporter Men Kimseng spoke to Yves Dumont, his former brother-in-law, about the late King’s legacy.
While Cambodia has enjoyed strong growth and an influx of foreign investment in recent years, a toxic combination of rising wages and low-skilled labor presents a looming threat to the country’s two-dimensional economy.
The U.N. children's fund warns that tens of thousands of child survivors of the devastating earthquake and tsunami Friday in Sulawesi, Indonesia, are unprotected and vulnerable to exploitation.
Writing on his Facebook page, Hun Sen said: “I would like to tell my compatriots about my mission with a brief statement: success!”
Each year, Hun Sen announces a list of inmates who he “requests” be released from prison as a goodwill gesture.
Indonesia's President Jokowi Widodo has authorized the acceptance of international help related to the earthquake and tsunami that hit the central island of Sulawesi.
António Guterres comments on Friday came after several members of Asean held elections that were widely criticized by the international community.
The speech came after Cambodia held a national election in July with Hun Sen’s ruling Cambodian People’s Party winning every seat in parliament.
Indonesian officials say at least 384 people died and 540 were injured following a 7.5-magnitude earthquake Friday and a subsequent tsunami that hit two cities - Palu and Donggala - in central Sulawesi province.
Journalists are being jailed in unprecedented numbers across the globe, with 262 detained for their work at the end of 2017, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
China may be taking a page of the playbook used by Russia to meddle with the 2016 U.S. presidential election, targeting U.S. political action committees and various think tanks with spear-phishing emails.
The UN Security Council granted the Hun Sen supporters permission to rally at the hotel when Hun Sen arrived in New York this week.
The five defendants – Nay Vanda, Ny Sokha, Lim Mony, Yi Soksan and Ny Chakrya – were accused of bribing a witness in a separate case against Kem Sokha.
Thida Kheang, a teacher at the Graduate School of Education, recently co-authored a book titled “Primary School Leadership in Cambodia."