Cambodia Morning News For February 6

Cambodia Morning News For February 6
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Cambodia morning newsCambodia Blocks Online Access to Shuttered Cambodia Daily
Cambodia’s government has ordered internet service providers to block online access to The Cambodia Daily newspaper, which closed last year amid a widespread crackdown on media and civil society groups criticizing Prime Minister Hun Sen’s ruling Cambodian People’s Party.
— Radio Free Asia

CBC says growth of credit charging ahead
Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC) yesterday released its report for the fourth quarter of 2017, which showed significant growth in applications for credit, particularly in the credit card and mortgage sectors.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Cambodia’s digital signature one year out
A SYSTEM to authenticate electronic documents for individuals and businesses that was approved by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen in a sub-decree late last year will take at least another year before it is fully implemented.
— The Nation

Deal for yuan trade with China in works
Officials in Cambodia and China’s Guangdong province are cooperating to establish trade using yuan instead of US dollars, part of the two countries’ increasingly close economic relationship.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Interior claims no ‘movement’ in Cambodia, members disagree
The Ministry of Interior has claimed that no Cambodians have joined a former opposition leader’s new “movement”, and warned that any who do will face legal consequences.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Cambodian charter changes raise concerns
A group of Southeast Asian parliamentarians expressed alarm Monday over proposed changes to Cambodia’s Constitution, and urged its parliament to reject them when they come up for its consideration this week.
— Bangkok Post

The biggest solar power plant in Southeast Asia to shine in Cambodia
OMNI NAVITAS Holdings, a solar energy development company based in Boston, Massachusetts, through its Cambodian subsidiary Omnicam, will be building the biggest solar power plant in Southeast Asia in Koh Kong province.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Cambodia arrests 17,795 drug suspects last year
Cambodian authorities had arrested 17,795 drug suspects in 2017, an increase of 79 percent from the 9,933 suspects in the previous year, senior officials said on Monday.
— Xinhua

More sanctions being drafted to hit Cambodian government over political crackdown, says senator’s aide
US Senator Patrick Leahy’s office confirmed yesterday that bipartisan legislation is being drafted to introduce new sanctions against the Cambodian government.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Laos, Cambodia eye popular front cooperation
The Lao Front for National Construction (LFNC) met with visiting National Council for Solidarity Front for the Development of Cambodia Motherland (SFDCM) here on Monday to discuss future cooperation.
— Xinhua

Court Orders to Detain Six Suspects of Shooting Case near Cambodia-Vietnam Border (Video inside)
The investigation Judge of Mondulkiri Provincial Court ordered to detain 6 suspects including a perpetrator Phal Penh who killed three people in Mondulkiri Province, according to the court’s official on Monday.
— Fresh News (video)


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