Cambodia Morning News For March 14

Cambodia Morning News For March 14

Cambodia morning newsCambodia’s future uncertain amid casinos, Chinese investment and corruption
Cross the land border from Thailand into Cambodia and what strikes you first are the casinos.

Progress on UN SDGs limited in some areas
Despite making moderate progress, Cambodia needs to step up its efforts in nutrition, sanitation and ending domestic violence in order to reach its UN Sustainable Development Goals, according to a new report from Unicef.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Kingdom’s list of certifications grows to 868
The Institute of Standards of Cambodia developed 63 new standards last year, bringing the total number of certifications available from the government to 868, though one industry representative said the system still needed improvement in order to facilitate exports.
— The Phnom Penh Post

Cambodia Looks to Foreign Investors to Boost Casino Gaming Industry
Cambodia is pushing ahead with new legislation in a bid to lure foreign investors to its vibrant casino and gaming industry, promoting the Kingdom as a key gaming center in South East Asia.

Cambodian exiles test Thai junta’s humanity
Thailand may not be as safe as previously thought for the 100 or more Cambodian dissidents who have fled across the border since late last year to escape political repression at home.
— Asia Times

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Kandal’s River Festival To Boost Made-in-Cambodia Brand
The Sun rises in the horizon as Sopheap busies herself preparing the products she will have for display during the River Festival, which starts today in Kandal province’s Takhmao city.
— B2B

Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Denmark issues warning for Cambodia
The Foreign Ministry of Denmark has issued a warning to all Danes staying in the Snuol district in the northeastern Cambodia after police and protesters crashed on March 8th.
— ScandAsia

Vietnam, Cambodia promote cooperation in religious affairs
Vietnam and Cambodia have agreed to continue increasing delegation exchange, cooperation and experience sharing in State management on religion in localities.
— VietnamNet Bridge

PM Hun Sen: Cambodia Never Allocates Foreign Aids for Civil Servants’s Salary
Prime Minister Hun Sen stated that over 39 years of his premiership, Cambodian government has never used foreign aid to spend on Cambodian officials’ salary.
— Fresh News

American ‘fugitive’ arrested in Cambodia outside of US Embassy
An American citizen was arrested on request by the US Embassy in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, according to Cambodian police.
— The Phnom Penh Post


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She commenced as an intern at AEC News Today and was appointed as a junior writer/ trainee journalist on April 2, 2018

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