Workers at NagaWorld, Cambodia’s biggest casino company, are stepping up the fight for their jobs after their employer announced on April 8 plans to lay off 1,329 people, despite the company raking in more than $102 million in profits last year. Chhim Sithar, president of the Phnom Penh casino workers’ union, said her organization has […]
A newly released report from the Asia Development Bank (ADB) forecasting growth for the Cambodian economy is providing only cold comfort as its authors acknowledge their study had been conducted before the sweeping lockdown of Phnom Penh and Takhmao.
Two UN human rights experts have expressed concern over Cambodia’s draft disability law saying it fails to meet international norms.
National leaders and representatives to ASEAN reached a five-point consensus Saturday addressing Myanmar’s post-coup landscape, urging an “immediate cessation of violence” in the country.
Ahead of a special ASEAN summit Saturday in Jakarta to address the escalating conflict in Myanmar after the February 1 military coup, Prime Minister Hun Sen has been clear that Cambodia will not interfere with internal affairs of another state.