Chinese Worker

Foreigners to Be Banned From Unskilled Work

The Labor Ministry announced on Tuesday that it was preparing an order to ban foreign workers from doing unskilled, self-employed work that could be done by Cambodians.

Swine Pig Fever

1500 Contraband Hogs Stopped at Border Amid Swine Fever Scare

Nearly 1,500 illegally imported pigs have been seized in 55 busts against smugglers from African swine fever-ravaged Vietnam, while 2,000 Cambodian hogs worth about $500,000 have died from the disease or been culled so far, Agriculture Ministry officials said.

Two local residents in Mondulkiri province’s O'Reang district point out villagers’ farms falling within the potential bounds of a new airport development.

Dispute Brewing Around Proposed Ecotourism Airport

O’REANG DISTRICT, Mondulkiri province — With guards standing by, threatening to quash any potential protest, an excavator dug closer to the Bunong communal burial grounds,

Soeng Sam Ol

Oknha Arrested; 40 Trucks Set to Be Blown Up

The National Anti-Deforestation Committee said today that it had arrested alleged timber-smuggling tycoon Soeng Sam Ol in Mondulkiri province and confiscated more than 40 of


Telecoms Regulator Unmoved by 5G Demo

Telecommunications firm Smart made a push for 5G’s approval on Monday with a live demo and a “guarantee” of privacy, but the governmental regulator remained unmoved, saying it was still studying how best to control the technology.

The Cambodia- EU Dialogue and the WhiteBook 2019 Launch event

Businesses Seek Reviews of Gov’t Officials’ Decisions

The European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia has proposed the creation of a Supreme Administrative Court and independent review mechanisms within government agencies so businesses can have the law applied more consistently.