CMAC deminers, dogs going to work in Israel

The Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) will send demining experts and dogs to Israel today, as part of an apparent bid to improve relations between the two countries. ...

Touch Sokha

Israeli businessmen interested in cassava investment in Cambodia

A group of investors from Israel showed their interest in investing in cassava in Cambodia, according to a statement by Ministry of Commerce. Chanthol expressed his support for this cassava investment project and recognized the importance of advance technology in agriculture production and processing to ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

Gambling on change

The Cambodian government is drafting a series of changes to the Kingdom’s gaming laws in a bid to draw major players from Macau and the US to the market and potentially create a new tax base from the growing, if currently illegal, online betting industry, ...

Eddie Morton

Ambassadors fill Cambodia, terrorism posts

SENIOR diplomat Alison Burrows has been appointed Australia’s next ambassador to Cambodia. Ms Burrows will replace Penny Richards in April, Foreign Affairs Minister Bob Carr announced on Thursday. She is assistant secretary with the North Asia investment and services branch of the Department of Foreign Affairs ...

Israel envoy pledges to boost tourism, agriculture ties with Cambodia

Bangkok-based new ambassador of Israel to Cambodia Simon Roded on Monday expressed Israel’s desires to promote bilateral ties with Cambodia in tourism and agriculture. Speaking during presenting credentials to President of Cambodia ‘s National Assembly Heng Samrin, who received the credentials on behalf of King Norodom ...

Cambodian Economy Hurt by Land Evictions

Kratie province – Cambodia’s transformation from war-torn basket-case to one of Asia’s most promising emerging economies is being overshadowed by a backwards lurch in human rights and land policies that critics say are entrenching poverty. Next week’s visit by Barack Obama, the fist by a U.S. ...

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