Cambodia Morning News For October 20

Cambodia Morning News For October 20

Cambodia morning newsPlans for satellite in the works yet again
One of Cambodia’s largest conglomerates is reviving plans for the Kingdom’s first communications satellite, with hopes of launching by 2021 with assistance from China.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Sweden threatens to review engagement with Cambodia
Sweden said on Thursday it would rethink its engagement with Cambodia if the main opposition party is dissolved, in the strongest warning yet from a Western aid donor.
— Channel NewsAsia

Daegu pays $63M for Cam Capital
South Korea’s Daegu Bank has snapped up a 100 percent stake in Cam Capital, the Kingdom’s second-largest specialised bank in terms of assets, for $63.2 million, Korean media reported yesterday.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Focus set on efficiency for annual job fair
Recruiting skilled workers that can boost productivity and efficiency will be the key theme for next week’s annual National Career Fair, which is expected to present hungry job-seekers with up to 20,000 potential positions.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Arc Hub sees 3D printing take on new shape
When Arc Hub first introduced 3D printing into the Kingdom in 2013, the company hoped that the technology would not only inspire creative minds, but also provide manufacturers the ability to mass produce on a cheaper budget.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Cambodia changes gear into reverse
Cambodia is no longer going forward, it is slipping backwards, as it has many times before.
— The Jordan Times

Dell EMC Launches New Generation Of Servers
Dell EMC announced at an event in Phnom Penh yesterday the launch of the next generation of its best-selling servers, which are designed to help customers drive IT transformations, while multiplying opportunities for business of all sizes to simplify and streamlining their workflow.
— B2B Cambodia

ACC Secretary-General Met with Minister of Education, Youth and Sports of Cambodia
Secretary-General Yang Xiuping expressed her appreciation to MoEYS for its long-time strong support and assistance for ACC’s work and said that ACC has taken educational cooperation as one of its priorities and has done a lot to support the building of educational exchanges networks and platforms between the two sides.
— Xinhua

Fatalities from traffic accidents drop: report
National Police statistics yesterday showed an 11 percent increase in road traffic deaths in the first nine months of the year but a small decrease in injuries.
— The Phnom Penh Post

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