ASEAN projects to receive Around 1 07 million tourists in 2015

Cambodia’s tourism minister Thong Khon said this week that ASEAN is protected to gain around 107 million international tourists in 2015 as the bloc will create the community that year. Speaking at closing ceremony of the 10th Tour Guide Training and the Opening of 11th Tour Guide Training for Phnom Penh city at ...

Life Insurer Manulife Opens Its Office In Cambodia

Manulife, one of the world’s leading life insurance companies, now opened its office in Cambodia after seeing that growth of midlle class of total population. Manulife financial corporation was based in Canada. Manulife Financial on June 28 announced the official opening of its head office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and its ceremony was presided over by H.E. ...

Vietnam, Cambodia finally separate, together again

The official marking of the border comes as the two countries commemorate 45 years of diplomatic relations. Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen said at the ceremony he wanted the border to become “a mechanism of good friendship forever” ...

Cambodia takes $430m China loan

Cambodia yesterday signed deals for about US$430 million in loans from China, the latest in a number of high-profile borrowing deals with its northern neighbour. The bulk of the loans, from Export-Import Bank of China, would go towards two national road projects and a multipurpose dam ...

US Ambassador Presents His Credentials to King

The new U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia, William E. Todd, presented his credentials to King Sihamoni on Friday at a ceremony in the Royal Palace. Mr. Todd, who was sworn in by the U.S. Senate on April 17, replaces former U.S. Ambassador Carol Rodley, whose mission officially ...

Siem Reap’s US$1bn airport delayed

No ground was broken in May on the New Siem Reap International Airport (NSRIA), a US$1 billion Korean investment, and officials say no definite date has been set for work on the project as the developer looks for new partners. NSRIA Co Ltd, an equal joint ...

Anti-loggers held back by FA officials

Forestry Administration officials reportedly blocked vehicles in three provinces from travelling to Koh Kong town yesterday on their way to the site where prominent environmental activist Chut Wutty was shot last month. But hundreds of others from six provinces in a convoy of 27 vans made it ...

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