National Road 3 set for four-lane upgrade

National Road 3 is to be widened to four lanes under a government development scheme financed by a Chinese loan. Speaking yesterday in a meeting with garment workers at Vattanac Industrial Park II, which is on National Road 3, Prime Minister Hun Sen said the upgrade ...

Ven Rathavong

Congressional Hearing in US Pushes Cut to Cambodian Aid

At a congressional hearing in Washington on Tuesday that scathingly rebuked Prime Minister Hun Sen and his ruling CPP, a U.S. lawmaker called for legislation to cut American aid to Cambodia following the national election on July 28. Representative Steve Chabot, who chaired the House Subcom­mittee ...

Koh Thom Bridge construction launched

A ground breaking ceremony of the $19.39 million, Koh Thom Bridge, has been launched Monday. ... The 407 meter bridge will be built over the, Tonle Bassac River, linking National Road 110 in the village of Prek Thmey, Chroy Takeo commune and National Road 21 in ...

Hun Sen Says CPP Largess Will End If Election is Lost

Less than five months from the national elections, Prime Minister Huns Sen yesterday warned the public that his ruling CPP party would stop making charitable donations towards infrastructure and national development if the party is not re-elected. Speaking at the inauguration of a Chinese-funded expansion of ...

Hun Sen Asks China for Loan to Build New Road

Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday that he has requested a $140 million loan from China to build a 190 km road that would branch off National Road 5 and allow easier access to Thailand. The request comes just one month after Mr. Hun Sen returned ...

Cambodia Says No Strings Attached in Recent Chinese Aid

China has done a lot to support Cambodia over the years, with millions of dollars in aid, loans and investment. But after reports last week that China has pledged another $500 million in soft loans and grants-and publicly thanked Cambodia for its support in Southeast ...

China Gives $523M, Thanks Cambodia for Asean Help

Prime Minister Hun Sen returned home yesterday from a quick trip to Beijing with the promise of some $523 million in new loans and grants, one day after Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jabao praised Cambodia for helping China maintain "friendly relations" with Asean. ... Speaking with ...

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