Kratie-Kampong Thom bridge awaiting Hun Sen’s approval

Minister of Public Works and Transport Sun Chanthol is awaiting Prime Minister Hun Sen’s approval to build a bridge connecting the provinces of Kratie and Kampong Thom after the Chinese government agreed to provide a loan to Cambodia. ...

Lay Samean

Kingdom receives aid for demining

The Chinese government on January 19 provided around $1 million worth of equipments for mine action in Cambodia. The aid came as Cambodia launched the National Mine Action Strategy 2018-2025.​ ...

Voun Dara

China grants $2.5 for demining operations

The Chinese government has granted more than $2 million in assistance to support demining operations in the Kingdom.​ Heng Ratana, director-general of Cambodian Mine Action Centre, yesterday said the Chinese government agreed to grant $2.5 million to support mine clearance next year. ...

Khuon Narim

Hun Sen seeks Chinese cooperation on human resource development

Prime Minister Hun Sen requested China’s cooperation on human resource development on Wednesday by collaborating with the Royal Academy of Cambodia and the ministries of Education, Youth and Sport and Labour and Vocational Training and boosting the sector. The request came during a meeting with ...

Ry Sochan

China provides electronic equipment, cars to Senate

The Chinese government yesterday provided hundreds of thousands of dollars of cars and electronics to the Senate. According to a Senate statement, a handover ceremony was presided over by second vice president Tep Ngorn and Li An, an economic and trade adviser with the Chinese ...

Khy Sovuthy

China says foreigners should not interfere in Cambodia after election

Foreigners should not interfere in Cambodia’s internal affairs, the Chinese government’s top diplomat told his Cambodian counterpart, following an election in the Southeast Asian nation that critics said was neither free nor fair. ...

Reuters Staff

PM Praises China as Chinese Environment Minister Set to Visit Cambodia

​China’s environment deputy minister, Zhao Yingmin, is due to pay a visit to Cambodia to sign a number of agreements focusing on clean water production, according to the Ministry of Environment. ...

Hul Reaksmey

Chinese premier to pay Cambodia official visit

Chinese Premier Le Keqiang – the No. 2 politician in the Chinese government – will visit Phnom Penh for an official visit next week. Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Chum Sounry confirmed the leader will attend the second Mekong Lancang Cooperation Leaders’ Meeting next Wednesday and ...

Daphne Chen

Public library unveiled in Kampong Speu

A library funded by the Chinese government and charitable donations opened to the public this weekend in Kampong Speu province’s Cbarmon district. ...

Sen David

China to fund skills training centre

The Chinese government has pledged to build a vocational training centre in Preah Sihanouk province to help Cambodians develop skills for the workplace. Labour Minister Ith Samheng signed the deal to build the centre as he led ministry delegates on an official visit to China this ...

Mom Kunthear

Kratie University construction complete

The recently constructed Kratie University, which was mostly funded by the Chinese government, was handed over to the Education Ministry yesterday. ...

Ven Rathavong

Second call for rice exports

The Ministry of Agriculture is calling on rice millers to apply for a second round of quality checks for exports to China after only 28 local rice mills, out of 60 which applied for inspection in the first round, passed last year. ...

May Kunmakara

Agriculture Ministry okays e-certification

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is preparing for the implementation of shifting some certification registration online, through its e-government services, with the help of the Chinese government. ...

Chea Vannak

Chinese companies cozy up to army

Cambodia’s armed forces have vowed to protect Chinese businesses and investors in the Kingdom and sought to reassure corporations fearful of the country’s potential hurdles in a statement released yesterday. ...

Ban Sokrith

China doubles Cambodian rice quota

The Chinese government will import 200,000 tons of rice from Cambodia from next year – double the current amount – and will also help in the restoration of Preah Vihear temple, it was announced yesterday. ...

Ven Rathavong

Cambodia inaugurates China-funded 121-km road in northeast

Cambodia on Thursday inaugurated a China-funded national road No. 78 in the country’s northeastern provinces, which is expected to contribute to developing economy and poverty reduction. The 121-kilometer road, extending from Ratanakiri province to Stung Treng province, was built by China’s Shanghai Construction ( Group) General ...

Loans from China Still Welcome, Hun Sen Says

The Chinese government is considering loaning an unspecified amount of money to cover the cost of constructing 20 new national roads, Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday. Speaking at the inauguration of 128-km stretch of National Road 62 linking Kampong Thom and Preah Vihear provinces, also primarily funded by ...

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