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CamKo struggles to move beyond crash

From the start, the project seemed impossibly ambitious: A $2-billion South Korean satellite city—complete with condominiums, office space, luxury villas, a shopping mall, health clinics, banks and an airport—on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. Claiming the land was not properly appraised, and that the decision ...

George Styllis and Kang Sothear
http://www.cambodiadaily.com/business/camko-struggles-to-move-beyond-banks-collapse-71320/

China fuels Cambodia’s airline growth

The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation says Cambodia’s aviation market grew briskly for the second consecutive year as national and foreign airlines added routes to China amid a surge in Chinese nationals visiting the country. The centre reported Cambodia has emerged as one of the fastest ...

Wanwisa Ngamsangchaikit
http://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2014/02/china-fuels-cambodias-airline-growth/

Seoul visit as tensions mount

In the light of growing tensions between North and South Korea, officials from the Ministry of Labour will head to Seoul on Thursday for a weeklong visit to inform Cambodian workers on emergency evacuation procedures. An estimated 25,000 Cambodians, a figure that includes roughly 5,000 illegal ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013040964963/National/seoul-visit-as-tensions-mount.html

Cambodia-Linked Investors Sentenced in Seoul

The chief executives of the firms behind two large-scale real-estate projects in Cambodia have been sentenced to jail in Seoul for obtaining illegal loans and using the money to finance fictitious companies abroad, according to a South Korean court official. The two executives were among a ...

Cambodia to Cooperate with Korean Prosecutors

Following a meeting in Seoul yesterday, Cambodian officials have reportedly decided to cooperate with South Korean prosecutors in the investigation of Busan Savings Bank Group, where shareholders are suspected of illegally financing $365 million worth of investments in Cambodia, according to Yonhap News. Busan’s ...

Kingdom officials in on Busan probe: report

South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported yesterday that Cambodian officials have agreed to assist in the investigation of a scandal ridden South Korean savings bank with investments in the Kingdom. A South Korean investigation has revealed that bank executives and shareholders used deposits to ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011070450141/National-news/kingdom-officials-in-on-busan-probe-report.html

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